Former Georgetown Doctor Sentenced

Former Georgetown Doctor Sentenced

A former Georgetown doctor could face twenty years in prison for drug trafficking and money laundering.
A former Georgetown doctor could face up to twenty years in prison.

A jury convicted Ernest William Singleton, 45, on 21 federal counts of drug trafficking and money laundering.

Prosecutors said Singleton ran 'pill mills' out of his clinics in Georgetown and Dry Ridge.

Singleton will be sentenced in October.
Page: [[$index + 1]]