Distributor charged with selling bogus livestock antibiotics

A national distributor of antibiotics for livestock has been charged with selling counterfeit medication, money laundering, interstate fraud and other offenses.

According to a federal indictment issued last week and unsealed Tuesday, Bruce Ray Noyes, a California drug reseller and chief executive of Animal Pharmaceuticals, approved selling bogus drugs in deals valued at $1.47 million from 2001 to last fall.

26 July 2006

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