Western Mass. Dr. Frank Stirlacci denies charges over opioid prescriptions issued while he was imprisoned

SPRINGFIELD – Dr. Frank Stirlacci, 55, of Ludlow, pleaded not guilty on Friday to charges relating to opioid prescriptions which were issued when he was in jail.

On February 9, 2016, Stirlacci surrendered his license to practice medicine by signing a voluntary agreement not to practice. He had offices in both Agawam and Springfield. A year later, Stirlacci and Jessica Miller, 36, of Springfield were indicted by a Hampden Superior Court grand jury on charges of filing false health care claims and uttering false prescriptions. Click Her for the Full Article


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