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New Jersey pharmacist admits role in health care fraud scheme

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NEWARK, N.J. — The former pharmacist-in-charge of a northern New Jersey pharmacy has admitted his role in a decade-long, $1.5 million health care fraud scheme involving twin brothers who owned the business. Federal prosecutors say 49-year-old Leonard "Lenny" Stefanelli of East Hanover pleaded guilty Friday to a complaint charging him with illegally dispensing oxycodone on six separate occasions...

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