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March 29, 2016

Posted  March 29, 2016

New York announced the guilty pleas of licensed pharmacist Glenn Schabel, 55, of Melville, and his company, Glenn Schabel, Inc. in connection with a nation-wide scheme to sell diverted HIV medication to unsuspecting New Yorkers. Schabel pled guilty to Criminal Diversion of Prescription Medications and Prescriptions in the First Degree, and Commercial Bribe Receiving in the First Degree. Schabel will be sentenced to up to two and one-third to seven years state prison and forfeit $5,456,267 to the New York State Medicaid Program. Glenn Schabel Inc., pled guilty to Money Laundering in the First Degree. In April 2012, MFCU investigators arrested Schabel and three other individuals and charged ten companies, for using a network of bogus prescription medication wholesalers in Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, and California to launder money and to sell over $274 million in diverted prescription medications. NY

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