Friday, September 06, 2013
(Last modified: 2013-09-06 22:41:28)
Source: The Newport Plain Talk
GREENEVILLEŚClayton Carroll Owenby, 45, of Newport, Tenn., was sentenced on September 5, 2013, to serve 135 months in prison, by the Honorable Leon Jordan, U.S. District Judge.
Owenby pleaded guilty to a March 2013 federal indictment charging him and nine others with conspiracy to distribute oxycodone. Additionally, Owenby pleaded guilty to a separate federal indictment, filed in May 2013, charging him with threatening to retaliate against a witness.
The conspiracy for which Owenby was convicted of being a part, involved conspirators obtaining prescriptions for oxycodone from various pain clinics and physicians across the state of Tennessee and then redistributing the drug in the Eastern District of Tennessee. Owenby admitted that he obtained 5,718 total dose units (totaling 176,240 milligrams) of oxycodone from multiple physicians.
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