Former Razorback involved in Oxycodone drug ring
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Federal prosecutors say more than 30 people have been charged in an oxycodone drug ring in Arkansas.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports Monday’s announcement of the 33 people charged with conspiring to distribute oxycodone includes former Razorback and NFL running back Cedric Cobbs.
Following a month-long trial in federal court, two Cape Cod brothers were convicted in an oxycodone trafficking scheme. According to a release from US Attorney Carmen Ortiz’s Office, Stanley D. Gonsalves, 36, of Sandwich, and Joshua M. Gonsalves, 34, of Dennisport, were found guilty of trafficking hundreds of thousands of 30-milligram oxycodone pills to Cape Cod. A venture that generated more Continue reading