TUCSON, Ariz. - A former doctor accused of conspiring to murder a patient now faces a drug charge.
Glenn Gary Robertson, who is accused of conspiring to murder a patient, was indicted on a charge of illegally conducting an enterprise, conspiracy, fraud, transporting a narcotic drug for sale and illegally administering a narcotic drug.
According to the Arizona Attorney General's office, Robertson was practicing as an internal medicine doctor in Benson when a joint investigation between the DEA and AG office found that he wrote 3,515 prescriptions for opioids -- totaling 415,665 pills -- between Jan. 2,2017 and June 6, 2018.
Robertson allegedly worked with Timothy Arthur Evicci, who drove froM Tucson to Benson to get the prescriptions, where he would fill sell the pills in Tucson.
The Arizona Medical Board suspended Roberton's medical license June 25, 2018, then revoked the license Dec. 14.