Pharmakon Update

As reported by Inside Indiana – The former compliance director of Pharmakon, Caprice Bearden, has pleaded guilty to multiple federal charges, that include introducing adulterated drugs into interstate commerce and conspiracy to defraud the U.S.

As quoted by Minkler the US Attorney, “this defendant distributed serious drugs to hospitals in Indiana and around the country, knowing that the drugs were significantly under or over the strength they were supposed to be. She put greed and the reputation of her company ahead of the health and safety of our most vulnerable patient populations.”

The indictment from the US DOJ for Paul Elmer (Owner) and Caprice Bearden (Compliance Officer) is available here.

As reported by Fox59, The Owner of Pharmakon Paul Elmer, also indited in a 10-count indictment.

A video of the June 22, 2017 DOJ announcement of the charges against Paul Elmer and Caprice Bearden from Fox 59 News is provided below.


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Posted by FOX59 News on Thursday, June 22, 2017