November 23, 2011

Oxycodone Tylox Florida Cop Busted | Video

Oxycodone Tylox Florida Attorney Lawyer
Defense Attorney notes a recent Oxycodone Tylox arrest. The defendant is a Florida cop. The cop "paid $40 for two pills that contained acetaminophen and oxycodone from a confidential informant" according to the Tampa Tribune. "The Orlando Sentinel reported she worked in the drug unit for about two years and knew the informant through her work." says the Tampa media. Tylox capsules contain acetaminophen and oxycodone. Ironically the cop's boss "lamented the "epidemic" of prescription drug abuse and said his agency is working with the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation to close pill mills."

Florida media also reports the police officer was an "11-year veteran, was arrested on charges of purchase of oxycodone, official misconduct and receiving unlawful compensation for official behavior, all felonies."

Drug Court Public records show the charges as:

1. PURCHASE SCHEDULE I OR II 893.13(2)(a)(1) Second Degree - Felony

2. PUBLIC SERVANT FALSIFY OFFICIAL DOCUMENT 838.022(1)(a) Third Degree - Felony

3. UNLAWFUL COMPENSATION OFFICIAL BEHAVIOR 838.016 Second Degree - Felony




Sources: http://tampabayonline.mobi/tbo/db_6996/contentdetail.htm?pn=2&ps=10&contentguid=vySKgwtp&detailindex=0
http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2011-11-19/news/os-orlando-polcie-officer-arrested-20111118_1_oxycodone-pills-drug-sting-epidemic-of-prescription-drug
http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/news/orange_news/111811-orlando-police-officer-arrested-for-purchase-of-oxycodone#ixzz1eabIvrHG


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