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Feds: Doctors Ran Pill Mill So Potent, Addicts Called It 'The Candy Shop'

Friday, July 14, 2017 | 879 | 0 | 1 min read

Federal prosecutors accuse two Connecticut doctors of writing narcotics prescriptions for drug dealers in exchange for cash, billing Medicaid for more than $4 million worth of patient care that never was never given and running a pill mill out of their Norwalk urgent care clinic that local addicts referred to as "The Candy Shop." Federal agents arrested Bharat Patel, 70, at his home on Wednesday. They were still looking for his alleged co-conspirator, Ramil Mansourov, 47, who they believe has fled to Canada, on Thursday.  Mansourov, of Darien, owned Family Health Urg...

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