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Pain reliever leaving its mark — even in Lodi

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John Lieberman

William Bligh-Glover

Heather Edney

Aaron Young

John E. Mayer

Posted: Saturday, July 31, 2010 12:00 am

He was a nurse. Then he became a minister. Then he went into banking. Now he's a federal prison inmate, charged with 12 armed bank robberies.

He got there because he became addicted to oxycodone, a pain reliever often referred to as OxyContin that also offers a feeling of euphoria. He's not an exception.

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