Crimetracker: Former Greeneville pharmacist sent to prison

GREENEVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A federal court has sentenced a former Greeneville pharmacist to prison on a drug conspiracy conviction.

The Greeneville Sun reported 39-year-old Robert D. McNeese was sentenced Monday to 63 months in prison. McNeese was convicted of distributing more than 20,000 Oxycodone pills from the pharmacy where he worked to five other defendants in the case, who have already been sentenced.

McNeese was employed by Corley's Pharmacy in Greeneville.

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