Riverside County was found guilty Monday of federal drug trafficking
At least nine doctors have been charged with DEA number theft
Defendant received oxycodone and other substances at birth
He later sold the drugs he prescribed in the dark.
Christopher Lisenby was convicted in Los Angeles
A federal court convicted him of two offenses
Methamphetamine and oxygen.
American companies say.
U.S. District Judge Stephen W. Wilson was sentenced on February 10.
Lisenobi was sentenced to ten years in prison
Lassanbi at least disapproved of the plot by stealing his identity
Nine doctors and one medical assistant are allowed to use it
Internet Registration System on Drug Control Agencies
Turn the addresses of the eight registered doctors into message boxes
South Los Angeles and Carson under a major contract.
Lisney changed the address of the ninth doctor to see him
According to a report, the office has a room in a hotel in Inglut
The case was closed.
Aisle facial records show new addresses for doctors, Lawsonby
Jimmy Nehru, Brian Shelton and Colin Bohlinger use nicknames
Doctors signed up for the wrong drugs
Request to send to Oxygen Code, Hydrocodone and Adral
Asked for approval and took power. Lesnby admitted that he had just graduated
Using the Black Web and Cricklist, drugs were discovered
Release for sale of drugs.
Lesnby was arrested in October in a hotel room in Torrance, where he was rented out in a nickname case.
During a search of his hotel room and car, police confiscated drugs, including 1 MP methamphetamine and jacidone.
Drug label In favor of the doctor who is the victim of theft, the label is the drug that gives the name to the theft.
Lesnby first used a computer to do tricks and tricks.
Lisenby appealed for two counts of smuggling involving the distribution of methamphetamine and cisidone.
According to the Ministry of Justice. His sentence is scheduled for February 10, 2020.