Borough councilman to remain on the governing body.
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Dr. Vincent Esposito is planning to remain in his post on the Borough Council, despite an affidavit that shows he admitted to writing prescriptions without medical examinations, according to a report by the Daily Record. Esposito was arrested on Feb. 16 for alleged prescription drug fraud by officers from the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) after both agencies executed a search warrant of his Madison office at 322 Main St. A statement released by the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office said it is alleged that Esposito typically charged $90 to write an oxycodone prescription for 120 pills of 30 milligrams. According to the Daily Record report, an arrest affadavit shows Esposito …
Vincent Esposito faces distribution of a dangerous substance and conspiracy charges.
Vincent Esposito, a local doctor and Madison councilman, was arrested Thursday for alleged prescription drug fraud. The arrest was made by officers from the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) after both agencies executed a search warrant of his Madison office at 322 Main St. UPDATE: Esposito's future with council, school district remain uncertain In a statement released Friday by the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, officers from the Madison Police Department and the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office helped with the arrest. Esposito, 54, was charged with distribution of a controlled dangerous substance and conspiracy, both second-degree charges. The DEA and the Division of …