Double Dose –
May 14, 2018 – DELRAY BEACH — Authorities have charged a man with patient brokering for the second time in six months. Scott Robert Gillis, now 28, of Boynton Beach was booked the morning of May 9 at the Palm Beach County Jail on 30 charges of violating the patient brokering law. He was released that evening after posting $15,000 bond. Gillis, reached Monday, declined to comment. Read The Post’s complete coverage of Palm Beach County’s sober-home industry … Police said Gillis is owner of the Delray Beach-based Gallup House sober home, also spelled Gallop in some documents. According to a Delray Beach Police report assembled in April, Gillis received checks totaling $14,400 to refer Gallup patients to Proactive Recovery Center in Delray Beach.