The FBI, DEA, IRS and several other law enforcement agencies busted a major prescription drug operation in Cincinnati today. The bust started last night. Authorities arrested more than 20 suspects for illegally distributing Oxycodone.
Agents seized pharmaceutical drugs, guns and nearly $100,000 in cash. The 2-year investigation was called “Operation Family Vacation. The group has been charged with conspiracy, possession and distribution of oxycodone. Authorities have also seized property and vehicles owned by the suspects
Each suspect faces a 20 year prison stretch if convicted.
Agents said the organization made $1.8 million distributing Oxycodone. Illegally selling the drug has become a large criminal enterprise across the nation.
Oxycodone is a depressant that has become a common abused prescription drug. It’s prescribed for pain relief from injuries bursitis, lower back pain, and cancer. For more information, visit Fox News or Streetdrugs.org.