Columbus, OH – Veterinarian Alexander Chan received a sentence of 30 months in prison, according to a story on bloodhorse.com.
In the story, Dick Downey reported, “Dr. Alexander Chan was sentenced in federal court to 30 months in prison for his role in widespread racehorse doping with known involvement by about two dozen others who have been convicted.
“Chan, a former veterinarian, faced Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil, whose sentencing order was made public May 25, in a Manhattan courtroom on May 24.
“Chan pleaded guilty on Dec. 5 to an amended charge of drug misbranding and adulteration in interstate commerce after originally being charged with more serious offenses that were dismissed yesterday. A money judgment of $311,760 was entered against Chan, representing the value of forfeitable property for which Chan is jointly and severally liable with co-defendant and former veterinarian Dr. Kristian Rhein.”
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