CEO of Kentwood Pharmacy Pleads Guilty
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN - Kim Duron Mulder, 55, formerly of Grand Rapids, and Charles Wayne Brooks, 63, of Alma, entered guilty pleas today before United States District Judge Robert J. Jonker on charges related to the illegal restocking and re-dispensing of recycled drugs at Kentwood Pharmacy. Mr. Mulder, formerly the CEO of Kentwood Pharmacy, pled guilty to a conspiracy to commit health care fraud based on billing Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance plans for misbranded and adulterated drugs. Mr. Brooks, a pharmacist at Kentwood Pharmacy's facility in Alma, pled guilty to misbranding prescription drugs that had been previously dispensed and returned to pharmacy stock. Mr. Mulder faces up to ten years' imprisonment; Mr. Brooks faces up to three years' imprisonment.
- Date:February 20, 2015
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
- Criminal and Civil Actions