A third co-conspirator has pleaded guilty in the prescription pill ring that previously led to the convictions of a local physician assistant and a Southampton Town Councilman.
Andrzej Pyclik, 37, of Hampton Bays entered a plea of guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute oxycodone at a Feb. 14 court appearance in the Eastern District Court of New York, according to federal court records.
Federal prosecutors are objecting to a U.S. Probation Department recommendation that a Riverhead physician assistant convicted of conspiracy to distribute oxycodone serve just two years in a federal prison, according to a letter filed Wednesday in the Eastern District of New York. READ
The attorney for former Southampton Town Councilman Bradley Bender has asked the judge in his drug case to consider a sentence that does not include time in prison, according to a memorandum filed June 17 in the Eastern District Court of New York. READ