Oxycodone dealer sentenced in 80000 pill Medicare scheme – CT Post

A New Haven drug dealer was sentenced Tuesday in his role in a criminal ring that obtained more than 80,000 oxycodone pills, largely through government-funded prescription drug plans.

Alejandro “Pun” Prosper, 36, of New Haven, was sentenced to 4.5 years in prison for his role in the scheme, which included purchasing pills from middlemen and selling them directly to consumers, according to (more…)

Man Sentenced For Oxycodone Trafficking – Hartford Courant

NEW HAVEN — A former West Hartford man accused of trafficking oxycodone from New York was sentenced Thursday to three years in federal prison, officials said.

Nicholas Dyber, 30, pleaded guilty in 2014 to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute 10,000 oxycodone pills. Chief U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall also ordered Dyber serve five years of supervised release and pay (more…)

2 charged in separate Oxycodone incidents in North Haven – New Haven Register

NORTH HAVEN >> Two people were charged with illegally obtaining tablets of Oxycodone in separate incidents.

On Friday, 49-year-old Wakil Rashid, of New Haven, was taken into custody without incident at the CVS Pharmacy on Washington Avenue in North Haven after he allegedly tried to obtain Oxycodone illegally, according to a release posted on the North Haven Police Facebook page.

A pharmacist said (more…)