Medical clinic manager and son arrested for "pill mill" conspiracy

Posted at 12:13 PM, Mar 08, 2017
and last updated 2017-03-08 12:13:31-05

A medical clinic manager and her son were arrested for a "pill mill" conspiracy to distribute oxycodone and other controlled substances.

Yolanda Camara, 47, and her son Justin Oliveria, 26, worked at Family Medical Express Center Inc. at 107 W. Robertson St. in Brandon.

The indictment also says the U.S. government is taking their house and wants compensation of at least $709,651.75, the amount officials estimate the two gained from selling the drugs.

The two are charged with one count of conspiracy and five counts of distributing controlled substances outside the usual course of professional medical practice and without a legitimate medical purpose. Camara is also charged with one count of lying to federal investigators.



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