MILWAUKEE (AP) – A federal jury has indicted the owner of a pain clinic in Wauwatosa and her ex-husband with prescription opioids.
The indictment was revealed on Friday. It accuses Lisa and Robert Hofschulz of selling a controlled substance and conspiring to sell a controlled substance.
According to the indictment, Lisa Hofschulz's Clinical Pain Consultants garnered only $ 800,000 in 2015 and $ 1 million in 2016 by using excessive dosages of opioids, especially oxycodone and methadone, for no medical purpose.
The indictment states that the court school has distributed an "enormous amount of opioids" throughout Wisconsin, which has triggered numerous addictions.
The Hofschulzes are scheduled to appear in court July 1