Riverhead Physician Assistant Arrested For Conspiracy To Illegally Prescribe Oxycodone
Michael Troyan, a physician assistant who operated two urgent care clinics on the east end of Long Island was arrested this morning pursuant to a grand jury indictment with conspiring to illegally distribute oxycodone, a highly addictive prescription pain medication. Also this morning, a search warrant was executed at the East End Urgent and Primary Care in Riverhead by the DEA's Long Island Tactical Diversion Squad which is comprised of agents and officers of the DEA, Nassau County Police Department, Rockville Centre Police Department, and Port Washington Police Department. The Long Island Tactical Diversion Squad was also assisted by agents and officers of the Department of Health & Human Services, the Southampton Town Police Department, and the Suffolk County District Attorney's East End Drug Taskforce. The defendant is scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon before United States Magistrate Judge Gary R. Brown at the United States Courthouse in Central Islip, New York.
- Date:November 4, 2015
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
- Criminal and Civil Actions