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Former doctor, co-conspirator indicted for diversion of oxycodone

BENSON, Ariz. – Two men were indicted for allegedly diverting oxycodone pills, according to Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

Glenn Gary Robertson / Attorney General’s Office

Former doctor Glenn Gary Robertson is accused of administering significant amounts of oxycodone to Timothy Arthur Evicci, and another co-conspirator.

Timothy Arthur Evicci / Attorney General’s Office

According to a news release, between January 2017 and June 2018, Robertson wrote 3,516 prescriptions for opioids, totaling 415,665 pills.

Reportedly, Evicci and the other co-conspirator, who has not been identified, drove from Tucson to Robertson’s office in Benson to receive their prescriptions, and then would travel back to Tucson where they would fill the prescriptions, and then sell the pills in Tucson.

Robertson was an internal medicine doctor practicing medicine in Benson. In March, he was indicted for conspiracy to commit murder.

The former doctor’s license was suspended by the Arizona Medical Board on June 25, 2018, his license to practice medicine was revoked effective Dec. 14, 2018.

Julia Leon

Julia Leon

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