Methadone clinic head, doctor charged in alleged 'pill mill'

PITTSBURGH - A cardiologist and a woman who ran a Pennsylvania methadone clinic raided by federal agents last fall have been charged with running a "pill mill."Sixty-seven-year-old Dr. Dominic Dileo and. Treat Opiate64-year-old Rosalind Sugarmann are accused of distributing pain pills and other drugs - Treatment Program - that were "not for a legitimate medical purpose."Sugarmann headed the Addiction Specialists clinic - Dependence - in North Union Township that was raided, and later caught fire, last fall. Dileo practices in nearby Uniontown. Both are about - Drug - 40 miles south of Pittsburgh.Federal court records don't list attorneys for either defendant. They'll be arraigned Feb. Rehab9 by a federal magistrate - Methadone Centers - in Pittsburgh.Dileo didn't immediately return a message left at his office Thursday. The number for the addiction clinic has been disconnected.Dileo was sentenced to 10 years in prison for a Medicare fraud conviction in the 1990s.