Southborough man arrested for alleged role in 2012 meningitis outbreak

by beth on December 17, 2014

Today, 14 employees of New England Compounding Center were arrested in a federal racketeering case. The charges stem from a 2012 meningitis outbreak that infected 750 patients and is blamed for the death of 64 people.

One of the company’s co-founders charged with defrauding the FDA is Greg Conigliaro of Southborough. Additional charges of second degree murder were brought against two others involved, co-founder Barry Cadden and Pharmacist Glenn Adam Chin.

It’s a major news story getting a lot  of print and TV news coverage. So, I’m going to leave it to professional journalists.

Click here for WBZ news coverage of the arrests. Click here for telegram.com’s article on the charges.

Click here for the Grand Jury’s indictment released by the U.S. Justice Department.

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