A federal grand jury has indicted two additional people as part of an ongoing investigation into a pill mill operating out of a Bridgeport doctor's office.
A grand jury has indicted Brandi Mayo and Shane Brantley for their involvement, according to court documents. Dr. Edita Milan was arrested in July 2013 and accused of supplying large quantities of painkillers to her customers for no legitimate medical purpose. Investigators said Milan's actions are believed to be financial in nature and are believed to be linked to several drug overdose deaths. She was later indicted.
Six people were indicted in Sept. 2013 for their involvement, including Lois Ann Crites, 49, Andrea Nicole Shepard, 23, and Daniel "D.J." Quirk, 29, all of Fairmont, were each indicted for conspiring with Milan to possess with intent to distribute schedule II & II substances. In a separate indictment, Deborah M. Tate, 56, and Nino L. Mancino, 42, both of Fairmont, and David S. Rokisky, 46 of Tampa, Fl., were each charged with conspiring to possess and distribute hydrocodone, officials said. Rokisky also faces a charge of racketeering and Tate faces an additional count of possession with the intent to distribute hydrocodone.
Brantley and Mayo are scheduled to appear in federal court on Jan. 15 at 11 a.m.