Former Pharmacy Owner Sentenced to Prison for Stealing from Charity

Katie Eder has a follow-up on a case first reported in the media in January

The former owner of a pharmacy in Lexington, Kentucky, has been sentenced to more than 6 years in prison for stealing $1.1 million from a charity called Chronic Disease Fund.

Adam K. Sloan, 37, admitted to using personal information from customers to defraud the Texas-based charity, which does business as Good Days from CDF and helps patients pay out-of-pocket costs for their medications.


Sloan co-owned Bluegrass Pharmacy of Lexington LLC between October 2010 and June 2015, according to the indictment. After he left the pharmacy, he continued submitting false applications to Good Days for funding for patients without their knowledge, then stole the funds that Good Days provided. Sloan’s plea agreement showed that the patients he fraudulently enrolled didn’t receive the medications for which Good Days authorized funding.

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