Former Little Rock Diagnostic Clinic Nurse Pleads Guilty to Helping Boss Get Drugs

A former Little Rock Diagnostic Clinic nurse waived indictment and pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. Federal Court to one count of helping the clinic's former CEO obtain about 25,000 hydrocodone pills by fraud.

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