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Local man sentenced for conspiracy to distribute opioids - Source Alextimes

Posted on Dec 27,2017
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Source Alextimes

By Alexa Epitropoulos

ALEXANDRIA, VA. - A man from Alexandria was sentenced Friday for participating in a conspiracy to distribute oxycodone and methadone.

Robert T. Hancasky III was sentenced on Dec. 15 to 90 months in prison for his role in the conspiracy.

Court documents reveal that Hancasky III conspired with others, including his father, Robert T. Hancasky Jr., to obtain oxycodone and methadone and distribute it to others. Hancasky Jr. obtained oxycodone and methadone through a prescription from his doctor. The two agreed to distribute prescription opioids to customers and addicts in the Northern Virginia region.

Hancasky III also took part in a scheme to acquire oxycodone by passing fraudulent prescriptions at local pharmacies. Once he had produced a fraudulent prescription for oxycodone, he used “runners” to pass the prescriptions at local pharmacies and reimbursed them with oxycodone pills.

Source Alextimes

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