Thousands of pain pills were sold to high school students and addicts all over Florida by a network of pain clinic employees, patients and family members, federal authorities say in court documents.
Pain clinic co-owner Troy Wubbena directed the sales and kept track of it all on 3-by-5 note cards, with people’s initials, the date of the next prescription refill and the type and quantity of drug, one participant told investigators, according to court filings.
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