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Two Kentucky Pharmacies and Three Narcotic Treatment Programs Settle with U.S. Government -Agree to Pay $1 Million to
Settle Allegations of Improper Record Keeping of Controlled Substances

Kerry B. Harvey, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky, and James V. Allen, Acting Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), jointly announced today that the federal government has reached settlements, worth more than $1 million, with multiple Eastern Kentucky narcotic treatment programs and two pharmacies, to settle allegations that they failed to maintain accurate records of the controlled substances under their control. 

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  • MEDIA and DRUG PREVENTION COORDINATOR:
    Special Agent Rich Isaacson
    (313) 234-4310

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    Special Agent Christopher Taylor
    (313) 234-4275

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    Kimberly A Tozer
    (313) 234-4248

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