NEW YORK (WABC) -- A local doctor is accused of selling prescriptions for highly-addictive and potentially deadly opioids.
Dr. Ernesto Lopez has offices in Manhattan, Jackson Heights, and Nassau County.
Prosecutors say he made an estimated $2 million by charging for prescriptions for oxycodone pills and fentanyl patches.
Lopez, as well as an employee of his and a pediatric nurse practitioner are charged with conspiracy to distribute controlled substances.
New York City doctor accused of selling opioid prescriptions