Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Police officers honored for drug investigation

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Two members of the Cincinnati Police Division's Pharmaceutical Diversion Unit have been honored for their investigative efforts.

        Officer Bruce T. Koehn and Specialist Regina A. Zimmerman received the Investigator of the Year award Oct. 12 at the annual conference of the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators in Baltimore.

        The pair were honored for their investigation that led to the 1998 conviction of Dr. David Henry Gillis, who had an office in Corryville, on charges of sexual offenses with patients and failure to keep records of controlled substance.

        The association is an organization of law enforcement and regulatory officers, insurance investigators, health facility security officers and others who work to enforce laws and regulations governing prescriptions drugs.


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