Gville doctor, medical staff accused of running a pill mill

A Gainesville doctor and his medical staff have been indicted on federal charges of running an illegal pill mill.

The list of charges include conspiracy to possess, and possession, with intent to distribute controlled substances, maintaining a premises for drug trafficking, possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, and money laundering. 

The indictment alleges that patients received minimal or non-existent medical examinations, evaluation, or testing prior to Dr. Isaac Sved prescribing them controlled substances such as Oxycodone, Alprazolam, and Carisoprodol. 

The indictment further alleges that Sved, who operated clinics in Roswell and Buford, falsified patient files to make it appear that the patient had been evaluated on certain dates when, in fact, the patient was not even present at the clinics. Sved also allegedly received large sums of cash from “sponsors,” such as Co-conspirator Bobby Lamar Mosley, Sr., who obtained prescriptions for controlled substances from Sved in the names of purported patients, some of whom were never examined.  Sved and his associates also allegedly hired security guards armed with firearms to patrol and protect the clinic as part of the illegal operation.

You can read more about the charges and the others, including a Buford resident, named in the indictment here: Northern District of Georgia | Atlanta-area doctor and medical staff indicted for running illegal pill-mill | United States Department of Justice