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Fourth arrest made in alleged Land O'Lakes pill mill

LAND O'LAKES — A 25-year-old former office manager of the Harbour Medical Group has been charged with operating a pain clinic without a license.

Tosha Jo Robbins, was arrested Thursday at her home at 9424 Ehren Cutoff in Land O'Lakes. She is the fourth person arrested in connection with the Harbour, which was raided in December by the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

A yearlong investigation of the clinic revealed the business was an unlicensed pill mill, authorities said. Two physicians, Dr. William Crumbley and Dr. Daniel McIntyre, were arrested, as well as the clinic's director, Ronald York. Robbins denied knowing the clinic was not licensed, but evidence seized and examined after the raid showed she did, the Sheriff's Office said.

Robbins was released from the Pasco jail Thursday on $5,000 bail.

Fourth arrest made in alleged Land O'Lakes pill mill 03/09/12 [Last modified: Friday, March 9, 2012 9:58pm]
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