Montgomery, Eden Prairie men indicted

A former pharmacy employee at Abbott Northwestern Hospital and an Eden Prairie man were indicted by a federal grand jury for conspiring to distribute more than 40,000 units of hydrocodone, often known as Vicodin.

Michael Gordon Smith, 49, from Montgomery, who was employed at Abbott Northwestern as a pharmacy purchaser, and Daniel Charles Flaherty, 50, from Eden Prairie, were both charged in an indictment with one count of conspiracy to distribute hydrocodone. Smith was also charged with one count of distribution of hydrocodone.

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