Ex-distributor admits selling $7.3 million in drugs

June 5, 2006

A former drug distributor admitted that he sold $7.3 million worthof prescription drugs that he knew were stolen from warehouses andtrucks. Gregory Broccoli pleaded guilty to five conspiracy charges,acknowledging wrongdoing from 2002 through 2004 at a company heoperated in Jersey City and Elizabeth, N.J.

Ex-distributor admits selling $7.3 million in drugs

A former drug distributor admitted that he sold $7.3 million worth of prescription drugs that he knew were stolen from warehouses and trucks. Gregory Broccoli pleaded guilty to five conspiracy charges, acknowledging wrongdoing from 2002 through 2004 at a company he operated in Jersey City and Elizabeth, N.J. The company was called Providers Plus. Broccoli admitted that he created bogus documents that are required to certify the origin and sales history of shipments.

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