OSHKOSH, Wis. (AP) – An Oshkosh pharmacy owner faces federal charges for allegedly selling muscle relaxants and pain relievers on the Internet to people without prescriptions.
Prosecutors say Charles G. Schultz signed a contract with a website that distributes the drugs to customers nationwide. Oshkosh Northwestern Media reports Thursday that Schultz made more than $235,000 from the practice between 2006 and 2011.
Documents filed on April 8 in U.S. District Court charge Schultz with conspiracy to defraud the country.
Customers purchased the drugs through an online retailer called RX Limited, also known as AlphaNet-Trading. Court documents say Schultz signed a contract with the website in 2006 and received two payments from the site’s bank in Hong Kong.
Schultz owned and operated pharmacies in Winnebago and Green counties.
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