Maryville man sentenced to 17 years in pain clinic case

Maryville man sentenced to 17 years in pain clinic case

Dustin Morgan (source: Knox County Sheriff's Office) Dustin Morgan (source: Knox County Sheriff's Office)
KNOXVILLE (WATE) - A Maryville man was sentenced to 17 years in prison Friday after his conviction last year in connection to a pain clinic that was shut down in 2010.

Dustin Morgan, 36, was sentenced to 204 months in prison. He was convicted in October 2013 on drug and firearm offenses in conjunction with Breakthrough Pain Therapy Center in Maryville.

Morgan's stepfather, Randy Kincaid, and mother, Sandra Kincaid, co-owners of Breakthrough, and family member Wendi Henry were also convicted.

Kincaid was sentenced to 830 months, but the others are still awaiting sentencing.

The indictments and convictions resulted from a lengthy investigation by the Internal Revenue Service, Fifth Judicial Drug Task Force and Drug Enforcement Administration into illegal distribution of narcotics, structuring of monetary transactions and money laundering.

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Breakthrough Pain Therapy Center ceased operations after a raid in December 2010. Federal and local law enforcement agents seized a large amount of prescription pain pills, firearms and nearly $700,000 in cash.
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