Wichita Couple Accused of Prescription Fraud
WICHITA, Kan. – A federal grand jury in Wichita returned an indictment for two men on charges related to an alleged fraudulent prescription writing scheme.
David Sulzman, 59, and Martin Sulzman, 40, both of Wichita, are charged with conspiracy to dispense a controlled substance. According to court documents, between 2014 and 2019, David Sulzman allegedly used his position as a physician assistant to prescribe controlled substances to individuals who were not his patients. David Sulzman faces 44 counts for the unlawful distribution and dispense of a controlled substance.
Martin Sulzman is also charged with two counts of witness tampering.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is investigating the case.