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Nine Sentenced For Illegally Distributing Controlled Substances Over The Internet

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 27, 2013

SAN FRANCISCO – Nine defendants were sentenced over the last two days for their roles in illegally distributing controlled substances to customers who bought the drugs from illicit Internet pharmacies, United States Attorney Melinda Haag and Drug Enforcement Administration Acting Special Agent in Charge Bruce C. Balzano announced. The defendants were also collectively ordered to forfeit more than $94 million in illegal proceeds.

“Illegal Internet pharmacies bring significant harm to communities across the nation by making controlled substances available to teenagers, addicts, and others who are endangered when these drugs are obtained without proper medical supervision. Anyone who engages in this criminal activity can expect to be prosecuted and held accountable for their conduct,” stated U.S. Attorney Haag.

“Prescription drug abuse has risen to alarming levels, often times leaving a trail of devastation behind and negatively impacting our communities. The individuals sentenced this week were involved in online pharmacy schemes that were illegally distributing controlled substances. DEA will aggressively pursue all who choose profits over the health and safety of the public,” stated DEA Acting Special Agent in Charge Balzano.

Michael Arnold, 42, of Boca Raton, Florida, was sentenced to 5 years in prison for his role as the organizer and leader of the Pitcairn Internet pharmacy. From 2003 through 2007, Pitcairn sold more than 14 million doses of Schedule III and IV controlled substances, earning over $69 million in its four years of operation using websites such as ezdietpills.net, pillsavings.com, and doctorrefill.net. Arnold laundered Pitcairn’s illegal proceeds through accounts in at least eight different countries, including Switzerland, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands, Canada, Panama, the Bahamas, St. Kitts & Nevis, and Curacao. Arnold was ordered to forfeit $69,692,488.39.

Christopher Napoli, 46, of Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to 4 years in prison for his role as the founder and leader of the Pharmacy USA/ SafescriptsOnline (“Safescripts”) Internet pharmacy. From November 2004 through December 2006, Safescripts sold more than 13 million doses of Schedule III and IV controlled substances, earning more than $24 million in its two years of operation. Napoli paid affiliates located in foreign countries, including Argentina, India, the Dominican Republic, Panama, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and Poland to market drugs to potential customers using websites and call centers that placed outbound calls pushing the sale of the drugs listed on the Safescripts website. Napoli was ordered to forfeit $24,609,611.48.

Daniel “DJ” Johnson, 40, of Pekin, Illinois, was sentenced to 3 years in prison for his role as the software developer and manager for Safescripts. From his father’s business, Internet Commerce Corporation, Johnson assisted Napoli with the day-to-day operation of Safescripts, managing the maintenance and development of the software and hardware used to process drug orders, as well as the relationships between Safescripts at the brick-and-mortar pharmacies that filled the drug orders and shipped the pills to customers. Johnson was ordered to forfeit $835,540.

Jeffrey Herholz, 45, of Fayetteville, North Carolina, was sentenced to 2 years in prison for his role as the owner and operator of Kwic Fill, a brick-and-mortar pharmacy located in Fayetteville, North Carolina, that filled drug orders exclusively for Internet pharmacies, including Pitcairn and Safescripts. From February through April 2006, Kwic Fill shipped more than 7 million doses of Schedule III and IV controlled substances to customers located in all 50 states. Kwic Fill earned more than $3 million in criminal proceeds in its three months of operation. Herholz was ordered to forfeit $3,386,829.

Joseph Carozza, 67, of West Orange, New Jersey, was sentenced to 2 ½ years in prison for his role as one of the doctors who reviewed drug orders for Safescripts. Customers who wished to purchase controlled substances from Safescripts selected their drug of choice from a list of available options, answered a 23-question on-line questionnaire, and provided a credit card number and shipping address. After reviewing the questionnaire, Carozza clicked a button to “approve” or “deny” the drug order without meeting with or speaking to the customer who placed the drug order. The evidence at trial showed that Carozza approved more than 184,000 drug orders for Safescripts during an eleven-month period, once approving more than 12,000 orders in a single day. Carozza was ordered to forfeit $400,067.

Arnold and Herholz were convicted of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute Schedule III and IV controlled substances, in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 846, and conspiracy to launder money internationally, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1956, on March 1, 2012, after a four-week jury trial.

Napoli, Johnson and Carozza were convicted of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute Schedule III and IV controlled substances, in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 846, on November 15, 2012, after a six-week jury trial. Napoli and Johnson were also convicted of conspiracy to launder money, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1956.

Evidence at trial established that more than 90% of the drugs sold by Pitcairn and Safescripts were Schedule III and IV controlled substances. The drugs were primarily diet pills, such as phentermine and didrex, and anti-anxiety drugs known as benzodiazepenes, such as Xanax, Valium and clonazepam. All of these drugs carry a potential for addiction and may be dangerous if not taken under proper medical supervision.

Also sentenced were:

Salvatore Lamorte, 54 of Freehold, New Jersey, was sentenced to 1 year and 1 day in prison. Lamorte pled guilty to conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute Schedule III and IV controlled substances, in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 846, and conspiracy to launder money internationally, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1956, based on his role as a recruiter and consultant who located brick-and-mortar pharmacies willing to fill drug orders for illegal Internet pharmacies. Lamorte was ordered to forfeit $2,011,927.

Jeffrey Entel, 43, of Lake Placid, Florida, was sentenced to 13 months in prison. Entel pled guilty to conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute Schedule III and IV controlled substances, in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 846. Entel owned and operated Groupo Call Center in the Dominican Republic, a call center that placed out-bound calls soliciting drug orders for Safescripts. Entel was ordered to forfeit $3,856,453.

Dino Antonioni, 45, of Miramar, Florida, was sentenced to 9 months of imprisonment followed by 9 months of home confinement. Antonioni pled guilty to conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute Schedule III and IV controlled substances, in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 846, based on his role as the pharmacist for a brick-and-mortar pharmacy that filled drug orders for illegal Internet pharmacies. Antonioni was ordered to forfeit $300,000.

Darrell Creque, 63, of Clayton, North Carolina, was sentenced to 4 years of probation. Creque pled guilty to conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute Schedule III and IV controlled substances, in violation of 21 U.S.C. § 846, based on his role as the pharmacist for Kwic Fill. Creque was ordered to forfeit $23,865.

These convictions were the result of a lengthy investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration, San Francisco Field Division’s Financial Investigative Team. The prosecution is part of the Northern District of California United States Attorney’s Office’s Health Care Fraud program and was initiated as an investigation with the Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force. Substantial assistance was provided by the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy. Assistant United States Attorneys Kirstin Ault, Thomas Stevens, and Tracie Brown, with assistance from Denise Oki, Maryam Beros, Rawaty Yim, and Rayneisha Booth, prosecuted this case on behalf of the United States.

 

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Martin Paul Bean of Florida Pleaded Guilty For Selling Unapproved Drugs

September 12, 2013
San Diego, CA

Florida man sentenced for operating online San Diego-based pharmacy that sold unapproved, misbranded oncology drugs

SAN DIEGO — A Florida man was sentenced in federal court Thursday for operating an illicit pharmaceutical scheme out of his home that sold more than $7 million worth of unapproved and misbranded oncology drugs at a substantial discount to doctors in the United States through a San Diego pharmacy.

Martin Paul Bean, III, 63, of Boca Raton, Fla., was ordered to serve 24 months in federal custody after pleading guilty in February to conspiracy to commit a number of federal offenses, including wire fraud, mail fraud, selling unapproved drugs, selling misbranded drugs and importing merchandise contrary to law. Bean was also ordered to forfeit a Jaguar he purchased with illicit proceeds and to pay more than $19,000 in restitution to one of his victims.

The sentencing is a result of a two-year investigation conducted by special agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Office of Criminal Investigations, with assistance from the FBI and the U.S. Postal Inspections Service.

“This defendant blithely put the public’s health at risk so he could line his own pockets,” said Derek Benner, special agent in charge for HSI San Diego. “This sentence should serve as reminder about the potential consequences facing those who deal in imposter drugs with no regard for the dangers they pose to patients and consumers. HSI will continue to work with its law enforcement partners here and abroad to prevent the distribution of counterfeit and misbranded pharmaceuticals.”

As part of this guilty plea, Bean admitted that between Feb. 24, 2005 and Oct. 30, 2011, he operated the Global RX Store from his residence in Florida and sold millions of dollars of prescription oncology drugs to doctors throughout the U.S. Bean ordered the unapproved drugs from foreign sources in Turkey, India and Pakistan and sold the drugs to doctors in the U.S. at substantially discounted prices.

According to the court records, Bean directed the bulk shipments of the unapproved drugs to be sent to Oberlin Medical Supply, a wholesale pharmacy in San Diego. Co-conspirators at Oberlin Medical Supply repackaged the drugs and shipped individual orders to specific doctors in the U.S. Invoices from the wholesale pharmacy in San Diego were included in the orders, which helped create the false and misleading appearance that the drugs were approved for use in the United States. Bean and his co-conspirators also operated a call center in Winnipeg, Canada, using toll free numbers where orders from the doctors in the U.S. were accepted by telephone, fax and email.

The investigation began in early 2010 after law enforcement authorities from the United Kingdom’s Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory agency advised U.S. authorities they had intercepted a shipment of an unapproved form of an oncology drug sent from a company in Pakistan to Oberlin Medical Supply in San Diego. At that time, the only approved manufacturing site for the drug to be sold in the U.S. was in Indianapolis, Indiana.

In addition to Bean, the owner of Oberlin Medical Supply was also charged in the case. Maher Idriss, 52, pleaded guilty in October 2012 to conspiracy to illegally import merchandise. At the time of his guilty plea, Idriss admitted that, between 2006 and 2011, he conspired with the owners and operators of Global Rx Store to import and distribute medication (primarily oncology drugs) not intended for sale in the United States. After receiving payment from the doctors, Idriss wire transferred payments to the foreign sources and to an account in Canada controlled by Bean and his co-conspirators. Idriss is scheduled to be sentenced before District Judge Hayes on Oct. 21.

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