Tewksbury man sentenced in Oxycodone scheme – Lowell Sun

WOBURN – A 34-year- old Tewksbury man was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in jail after pleading guilty on Tuesday to a scheme in which he and an accomplice hired drug addicts to fill forged Oxycodone prescriptions in exchange for cash or drugs.

In Middlesex Superior Court on Tuesday, Joseph Khabbaz pleaded guilty to two counts of distribution of Oxycodone, four counts (more…)

Selling oxycodone – Burlington Times News

John Paul Weismiller III, 32, of 1411 Grimes St., Burlington, was charged with felony trafficking in schedule II controlled substance, selling and delivering a schedule II controlled substance, possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule II controlled substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. According to warrants from the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office, on Wednesday Weismiller sold 7 grams, (more…)

Time Served For Oxycodone Scheme – Vermont Public Radio

Thursday, 11/08/12 6:06am

Vermont‘s top federal prosecutor says a man has been sentenced to time-served for his role in a scheme to distribute Oxycodone in the Rutland area.

Prosecutors say Ian Turner was sentenced last week in federal court in Burlington. Turner was also fined $7,500.

Court records say Turner was associated with the leader of a group of individuals who distributed oxycodone pills (more…)