Three former military service members based at
Federal prosecutors announced additional charges Tuesday against the alleged ringleaders of the fraud scheme, a
The couple, 56-year-old
Those who pleaded guilty in
Syto, Adams and Castro were all based at Miramar. They admitted to working as recruiters for Jimmy and
At the center of the alleged scheme are compound medications — drugs that are custom-made by pharmacists to tailor to a patient's needs and are significantly more expensive than typical prescription drugs. The ingredients are not FDA approved.
Military members in
Prosecutors allege that doctors and medical professionals employed by Jimmy and
At least five people, including two
The others who have pleaded guilty include two
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