- Associated Press - Saturday, January 23, 2016

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. (AP) - Prosecutors say a group of “pill mill” owners and operators have been sentenced to prison.

Local news media reported Saturday that six were sentenced including brothers Larry Webman and Randy Webman for operating a pain clinic illegally. The 68-year-old Larry received 10 years, and 62-year-old Randy got 11 years in prison.

Randy Webman’s 31-year-old daughter, Dara Webman, was sentenced to prison for a year and a half for illegally distributing drugs by mail.

Dr. George Williams was sentenced to seven years after pleading guilty to drug trafficking conspiracy. The 48-year-old Williams forfeited his Georgia physician’s license.

The 54-year-old George Borbas and 29-year-old Liz Gaitan were sentenced for illegally selling and distributing prescriptions for opiate-based narcotics and other controlled substances to addicts and drug dealers under the guise of a Lilburn pain clinic.

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