The site of the shuttered Southern Ohio Complete Pain Management in Portsmouth, a city at ground zero of the opioid crisis. Federal agent raided the pill mill in 2010, and its owner was sentenced in 2014 to 14 years in prison.
The site of the shuttered Southern Ohio Complete Pain Management in Portsmouth, a city at ground zero of the opioid crisis. Federal agent raided the pill mill in 2010, and its owner was sentenced in 2014 to 14 years in prison. Bonnie Jo Mount The Washington Post
The site of the shuttered Southern Ohio Complete Pain Management in Portsmouth, a city at ground zero of the opioid crisis. Federal agent raided the pill mill in 2010, and its owner was sentenced in 2014 to 14 years in prison. Bonnie Jo Mount The Washington Post

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