- Associated Press - Thursday, March 26, 2015

LAS VEGAS (AP) - A Las Vegas doctor has taken a plea deal after being accused of supplying drugs at elaborate theme parties on the Strip and at home.

Court records show 47-year-old orthopedic surgeon Andrew Scott Martin pleaded guilty to three felony drug possession charges Wednesday.

Martin on March 4 had pleaded not guilty to 10 counts after being accused of giving away, trafficking and possession of drugs.

Police say Martin’s parties were tracked in a nearly year-long undercover operation.

Marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy were allegedly used at the parties at a Trump Hotel suite on the Strip and at his Henderson home.

The Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners suspended Martin’s medical license after his house was raided but the license is now on probation.

Martin’s attorney could not immediately be reached.

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