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August 2013 Archives

Police lack good humor in ice cream truck drug case

Prosecutors claimed that a man driving an ice cream truck in Brooklyn was selling more than pushups and drumsticks. The drug crime charges against the truck driver came after he allegedly sold cocaine to an undercover cop he met in a local deli. Authorities said he also offered to acquire oxycodone pills for the officer at a later date.

Doctor from Long Island charged in drug case

A doctor in New York was accused of selling prescriptions for oxycodone without providing medical documentation or a medical exam. The New York physician allegedly illegally sold the painkiller prescriptions to two patients. According to the attorney general, the man was taken into custody at his office in Long Island and arraigned on two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance.