A Baltimore pharmacist pleaded guilty to the federal charge of murder for hire and previously pleaded guilty to federal drug distribution conspiracy.
51-year-old David Robinson, formerly a licensed pharmacist who owned and operated the Frankford Family Pharmacy pleaded guilty on December 17 to a federal charge of murder for hire and pleaded guilty on October 10, 2018, to a federal drug conspiracy involving the distribution of oxycodone and alprazolam outside the scope of professional practice and not for a legitimate medical purpose.
Robinson admitted that he ordered a “hit” on the person he believed had cooperated with law enforcement that led to his indictment on those charges. Robinson’s pharmacist license was suspended on August 7, 2017.
“We have zero tolerance for any effort to intimidate or retaliate against witnesses,” said U.S. Attorney Robert K. Hur. “Those who attempt to tamper with or retaliate against a federal witness will be brought to justice.”