Michelle C. Newton of Kansas City was sentenced to federal prison for her role in a group that filled fake oxycodone prescriptions and then resold the pills.
Michelle C. Newton of Kansas City was sentenced to federal prison for her role in a group that filled fake oxycodone prescriptions and then resold the pills. File photo by Toby Talbot The Associated Press
Michelle C. Newton of Kansas City was sentenced to federal prison for her role in a group that filled fake oxycodone prescriptions and then resold the pills. File photo by Toby Talbot The Associated Press

KC woman sentenced for passing phony oxycodone prescriptions

December 13, 2016 08:13 AM

UPDATED December 13, 2016 02:04 PM

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