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This site is currently unavailable to visitors from the European Economic Area while we work to ensure your data is protected in accordance with applicable EU laws. AHLES, Peter, MD Anaheim CA 06-14-2005 10-05-2006 Pled Guilty Dispensing a Controlled Substance Outside the Scope of Professional Practice Ahles was placed on home detention for a period of six months and sentenced to three years probation. Revoked 09-25-2006 According to court documents, Peter Ahles, MD, age 67, of Anaheim, CA, pled guilty in United States District Court to one count of dispensing Hydrocodone, a Controlled Substance, outside the scope of professional practice with no legitimate medical purpose. Ahles dispensed 500 units of Hydrocodone to confidential informants in exchange for $500. ALEXANDER, Bruce, MD Frisco TX 12-05-2006 05-16-2007 Pled Guilty Conspiracy to Possess Morphine, a Schedule II Controlled Substance, with Intent to Distribute Alexander was sentenced to six months home confinement and 3 years probation. He was also fined $2,000.00. Surrendered 02-22-2006 According to the court documents, Bruce Alexander, MD, age 40, of Frisco, TX, pled guilty to conspiracy to possess Morphine, a Schedule II Controlled Substance, with intent to distribute. Alexander mailed numerous packages containing various Controlled Substances (including Morphine, Alprazolam, and Hydrocodone) to an accomplice in Indiana. Retired 04-21-2007 According to court documents, Edward J. Alexander, MD, age 52, of Philadelphia, PA, pled guilty in the Court of Common Pleas, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, to three counts of use of a fictitious registration. BASS, Harriston, MD Las Vegas NV 12-20-2006 03-05-2008 Conviction Murder in the Second Degree; Sale of Schedule II Controlled Substances; and Unlawful Possession with Intent to Sell Schedule II Controlled Substances Bass was sentenced to ten years to life incarceration, with a credit of 57 days time served. Revoked 05-19-2009 According to court documents, Harriston Bass, MD, age 54, of Las Vegas, NV, was found guilty in the District Court of Clark County, Nevada, of one count murder in the second degree; 49 counts of sale of a Controlled Substance; and six counts of possession of a Controlled Subs ADAMS, Lawrence, MD Phillipsburg PA 06-12-2007 10-31-2008 Jury Conviction Prescribing Outside Accepted Medical Treatment Principles; Criminal Conspiracy to Obtain Possession of a Controlled Substance by Misrepresentation or Fraud; Dispensing/Prescribing to a Drug Dependent Person; Refusal or Failure to Keep Required Records; Willful Dispensing of a Controlled Substance without Proper Labeling; Delivery of or Possession with the Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance; Criminal Use of Communication Facility; and Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Delivery of or Possession with the Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance Adams was sentenced to seven to 14 years incarceration, with a credit of 59 days time served, followed by 20 years probation. In addition, Adams was ordered to pay a $30,000 fine. Retired 07-09-2009 According to court documents, Lawrence Adams, MD, age 48, of Phillipsburg, PA, was found guilty in the Court of Common Pleas of Center County, Pennsylvania of 11 counts Prescribing Outside Accepted Medical Treatment Principles; four counts Criminal Conspiracy to Obtain Possession of a Controlled Substance by Misrepresentation or Fraud; 10 counts Dispensing/Prescribing to a Drug Dependent Person; four counts Refusal or Failure to Keep Required Records, three counts Willful Dispensing of a Controlled Substance without Proper Labeling; six counts Delivery of or Possession with the Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance; one count Criminal Use of Communication Facility; and one count Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Delivery of or Possession with the Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance. Adams continually prescribed Controlled Substances to drug dependent individuals. Aycock was sentenced to one year and one day incarceration, followed by three years supervised release. Revoked 04-16-2009 According to court documents, George Aycock Jr., MD, of Sumter, SC, pled guilty in U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina, to one count Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance. Aycock knowingly, intentionally and unlawfully distributed and dispensed, not for a legitimate medical purpose and outside the usual course of professional practice, Oxycodone, Schedule II Controlled Substance to another individual. ALEXANDER, Edward J, MD Philadelphia PA 10-18-2007 02-13-2008 Pled Guilty Use of Fictitious Registration Alexander was sentenced to one year probation on each count to run consecutively. He was ordered to pay $1,565.50 in costs/fees and fined $300. AGRAWAL, Pankaj, MD Sicklerville NJ 06-27-2008 03-25-2009 Pled Guilty Distribution of Oxycodone and Money Laundering Agrawal was sentenced to 63 months incarceration, followed by three years supervised release. Surrendered 07-28-2008 According to court documents, Pankaj Agrawal, MD, age 62, of Sicklerville, NJ, pled guilty in U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey, to one count Distribution Oxycodone and one count Money Laundering. Between January 2005 and June 2008, Agrawal knowingly and intentionally distributed and dispensed to several individuals Oxycodone, specifically Percocet tablets. AYCOCK, George C, MD Sumter SC 07-01-2009 09-09-2009 Pled Guilty Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance. Astin distributed and dispensed a quantity of Controlled Substances for other than a legitimate medical purpose and not in the usual course of professional practice. The Controlled Substances included Schedule II pharmaceuticals Percocet and Adderall; Schedule III pharmaceuticals Vicoprofen and Lorcet; and the Schedule IV pharmaceutical Xanax. In the plea agreement, Astin admitted that he knowingly violated federal law by illegally writing prescriptions for 19 patients. BAMMER, Craig, DO Gulfport FL 04-27-2007 08-19-2009 Pled Guilty Trafficking in Illegal Drugs (Oxycodone); Trafficking in Amphetamine Bammer was sentenced to 17 years in prison and ordered to pay a fine of $50,000. Revoked 09-11-2009 According to court documents, Craig Bammer, DO, of Gulfport, FL, pled guilty in Circuit Court, Sixth Judicial Circuit, in Pinellas County, Florida to three counts of Trafficking in Illegal Drugs (Oxycodone) and one count Trafficking in Amphetamine. ALEXANDERIAN, Harry, MD West Pittston PA 10-04-2004 05-24-2005 Pled Guilty Dispensing Controlled Substances with No Legitimate Medical Purpose Alexanderian was sentenced to six months house arrest to be followed by two years probation. Surrendered 03-30-2004 According to court documents, Harry Alexanderian, MD, age 80, of West Pittston, PA, pled guilty in state court to dispensing Controlled Substances outside of the scope of professional practice with no legitimate medical purpose. He also pled guilty to Medicaid fraud and unlicensed treatment of drug addiction. ALLARA, Robert, MD Charleston WV 04-28-2008 04-28-2008 Pled Guilty Obtaining a Controlled Substance by Fraud Allara was sentenced to five months incarceration followed by one year supervised release (five months of the supervised release will be completed on home confinement) and ordered to pay a fine of $10,000. Surrendered 08-03-2007 According to court documents, Robert Allara, MD, age 52, of Charleston, WV, pled guilty in U.S. District Court, Southern District of West Virginia, to Obtaining a Controlled Substance by Fraud. Allara knowingly and intentionally aided and abetted another person in acquiring and obtaining possession of a quantity of Hydrocodone by deception. AHMAD, Salahuddin, MD Ferndale MI 05-13-2008 09-24-2009 Pled Guilty Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute and to Distribute Oxycodone Ahmad was sentenced to 36 months incarceration, followed by 36 months supervised release. Ahmad was also ordered to pay a $50,000 fine. Surrendered 10-03-2008 According to court documents, Salahuddin S. Ahmad, MD, of Ferndale, MI, pled guilty in U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan, to one count of Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute and to Distribute Oxycodone. On May 13, 2008, Ahmad, outside the scope of his legitimate practice of medicine, planned to sell (and possessed with the intent to sell) over 2,400 OxyContin tablets. Ahmad was sentenced to 36 months incarceration, followed by 36 months supervised release. Warrant Sexual Battery on Person Incapacitated Outstanding Warrant - No Adjudication Surrendered 09-08-2006 According to court documents, Hussam Armashi was charged with with intentionally administering a narcotic, anesthetic, or intoxicating substance to a female patient who was under his care that resulted in the patient's mental or physical incapacitation, and then attempting to engage the patient in sexual activity without her consent and causing her injury. There continues to be an active, outstanding arrest warrant for Armashi in Hernando County, FL. Anyone who has information pertaining to Armashi's whereabouts is encouraged to contact the nearest Drug Enforcement Administration office or the Hernando County Police Department. ABBEY, Julian A, MD Saugus MA 10-28-2005 04-30-2008 Pled Guilty Possession with intent to Distribute Abbey was sentenced to five years probation. Revoked 03-09-2007 According to court documents, Julian A. Abbey, MD, age 47, of Saugus, MA, pled guilty to possession with intent to distribute Controlled Substances. Barnett delivered thousands of non-controlled prescription drug samples to a pharmacist who, in turn, placed the drug samples into inventory and sold them to patients. The patient's insurers reimbursed the pharmacist for the drug samples. Barnett was paid approximately $10,000 by the pharmacist for the drug samples. BAJWA, Jatinder, MD Springdale PA 03-17-2005 09-26-2006 Pled Guilty Obtaining a Schedule II Controlled Substance by Fraud; Insurance Fraud Bajwa was sentenced to two years probation and ordered to pay restitution to insurance providers in the amount of $6,502.02. Surrendered 03-11-2005 According to court documents, Jatinder Bajwa, MD, age 57, of Springdale, PA, pled guilty in state court to obtaining OxyContin, a Schedule II Controlled Substance, by fraud and insurance fraud. Ahmad was also ordered to pay a $50,000 fine. On May 13, 2008, Ahmad, outside the scope of his legitimate practice of medicine, planned to sell (and possessed with the intent to sell) over 2,400 OxyContin tablets. BARRERA, Carlos M, MD Miami FL 01-20-2006 04-20-2006 Pled Guilty Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substances; Conspiracy to Launder Money Barrera was sentenced to probation for a term of three (3) years with the first six months in home detention and ordered to pay a fine of $10,000 and a special assessment of $200.00. Barrera also forfeited $10,897.50. Retired 02-17-2006 According to court documents, Carlos M. Barrera, MD, age 57, of Miami, FL, pled guilty in federal court to one count of conspiracy to distribute Schedule III and Schedule IV Controlled Substances, and one count of conspiracy to launder money. Between August and October of 2003 in the Northern District of Iowa, Barrera unlawfully dispensed thousands of dosage units of Controlled Substances by means of electronic prescriptions outside the usual course of medical practice and without legitimate medical purpose. ASTIN, Phil III, MD Carrollton GA 07-02-2007 01-29-2009 Pled Guilty Unlawful Drug Distribution Astin was sentenced to ten years imprisonment, followed by three years supervised release and 250 hours community service. He was ordered to pay a special assessment of $17,500. Retired 07-09-2007 According to court records, Phil Astin III, MD, age 54, of Carrollton, GA, pled guilty in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia to 175 counts of illegal distribution of Controlled Substances. BAMDAD, Masoud, MD San Fernando CA 04-17-2008 05-06-2009 Jury Conviction Distribution and Dispensing of a Controlled Substance; Distribution and Dispensing of a Controlled Substance to Persons Under Twenty-One Years of Age Bamdad was sentenced to 25 years incarceration, followed by six years supervised release. Bandad was also ordered to pay a fine of $1,000,000. Retired 09-01-2009 According to court documents, Masoud Bamdad, MD, age 55, of San Fernando, CA, was found guilty by a federal jury in the Central District of California on ten counts of distribution and dispensing of a Controlled Substance; and three counts distribution and dispensing of a Controlled Substance to persons under twenty-one years of age. Bamdad, while acting and intending to act outside the usual course of professional practice and without legitimate medical purpose, knowingly and intentionally distributed and dispensed a number of pills containing a detectable amount of Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance to several patients, some of whom were under twenty-one years of age. BARNETT, Randy, MD Philadelphia PA 01-12-2005 10-12-2004 Pled Guilty Illegal Sale of Prescription Drug Samples Barnett was sentenced to in federal court in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania to 24 months probation and ordered to pay a $10,000 fine. Active According to court records, Randy Barnett, MD, age 42, of Philadelphia, PA, pled guilty to one count of illegal sale of prescription drug samples. To apply a column filter, enter the filter text and then press Enter. AUZINE, Donald, MD Prairieville LA 05-13-2008 05-19-2008 Pled Guilty Unlawful Distribution of Adderall, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone and Benzphetamine Auzine was sentenced to 37 months incarceration, followed by three years probation. He was orded to pay a fine of $10,000. Surrendered 06-16-2006 According to court documents, Donald Auzine, MD, age 38, of Prairieville, LA, pled guilty in U.S. District Court, Middle District of Louisiana, to one count unlawful distribution of Adderall, Oxycodone, Hydrocodone and Benzphetamine. Auzine prescribed and dispensed Controlled Substances without a legitimate medical purpose and not in the usual course of medical practice..  
     

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