BALTIMORE (WBFF) - An Owings Mills man who was working at a pharmacy in Towson pleaded guilty to filling fake prescriptions for oxycodone for several women in exchange for making them perform sexual favors, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Between 2014 and 2017, Richard Daniel Hiller, 64, of Owings Mills, told two women to come to the pharmacy before it opened and made them engage in sex before he gave them fake prescriptions for the powerful painkiller, according to the news release.
He also gave out oxycodone to a third woman starting in 2014 and, in exchange, asked her to send him nude photos and sexual videos of herself, and let him grope and kiss her.
When the woman rejected one of Hiller's advances, he called her doctors to tell them that she was fraudulently getting prescriptions, according to the news release.
He gave out 20,500 15-milligram oxycodone pills during the course of the conspiracy.
Some of Hiller's fraudulent prescriptions listed fake names and names of family members, in an effort to hide the conspiracy, according to the news release.
The women would also resell many of the pills they got from Hiller, as they were addicted, according to the release.
Hiller faces up to 20 years in jail for the conspiracy and up to 20 years for distributing oxycodone.