Pauline Wiltshire has been charged by a federal grand jury with conspiring to distribute Adderall, a Schedule II controlled substance.
An affidavit charges that between May 28, 2008, and Oct. 18, 2010, Wiltshire and others, “did knowingly and intentionally conspire to distribute and possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance.”
According to testimony by an agent of the Drug Enforcement Agency, an anonymous tipster contacted the agent’s office and said Wiltshire was a part of a conspiracy, originally based out of a Brooklyn hospital.
The DEA agent also cites information from a witness who is cooperating in the case with the expectation of receiving a lesser sentence. He said the cooperating witness would obtain Adderall from co-conspirator medical residents at the hospital and that DEA agents have had numerous contacts with the anonymous tipster by e-mail and telephone, and that according to the tipster, “Wiltshire’s role included being listed as the patient on prescriptions and then selling the Adderall to third parties.”
According to the tipster, Wiltshire sold Adderall pills to customers in person and over the Internet, using PayPal to receive payment, and U.S. Postal Service overnight mail to ship the Adderall pills to the customers. The tipster also told the agent that Wiltshire had continued distributing Adderall in Saint Kitts, where she is a medical student.
The agent said Wiltshire used the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org to sell drugs to DEA agents who, according to the agent, deposited $200 into a PayPal account associated with a confidential source.
Wiltshire was arrested Christmas day at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport when she returned from the Caribbean.
According to the Post, after posting $100,000 bond, Wiltshire moved in with her mother in Portsmouth.