Percodan Imposter –
September 16, 2019 – The “pill mill” pharmacy allegedly dispensed the ninth highest amount of oxycodone in the nation, which was the second-most in the entire state of Texas. “One hundred percent of the oxycodone dispended by this pharmacy – every single oxycodone pill that left the premises – was in the highest available dosage strength of that drug.” the DOJ said.
While Arif evidently had a licensed to practice medicine in the U.S., he posed as a physician at Aster, taking patients as if he actually were a doctor at the facility and writing addictive opioid prescriptions on prescription pads pre-signed by his co-conspirator. Aster Medical Clinic wrote illegal prescriptions for controlled substances to more than four dozen people on its busiest days, court documents show.