Charge Of "Causing A Death" Added To Indictment Against Main Line Doctor
PHILADELPHIA - A superseding indictment was filed today against Dr. Jeffrey Bado, 59, of Philadelphia, PA, charging him with distribution of a controlled substance resulting in death and 82 additional counts of distribution of controlled substances. Bado, a doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, was first indicted on February 4, 2015 for the alleged illegal distribution of pain medications from his Philadelphia and Bryn Mawr medical offices. The superseding indictment also contains the original two counts of maintaining a drug-involved premises, 200 counts of illegally distributing oxycodone, a Schedule II controlled substance, outside the usual course of professional practice and for no legitimate medical purpose, 33 counts of health care fraud, and four counts of making false statements to federal agents.
- Date:June 11, 2015
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
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