Baltimore County doctor, aide accused of distributing drugs

September 12, 1990

A Baltimore County doctor and his assistant have been charged with illegally distributing prescription drugs, state police said yesterday.

Hector Liwanag Feliciano, 48, whose office is in the 7200 block of North Point Road, was charged Monday with distribution of a controlled dangerous substance, conspiracy to distribute a controlled dangerous substance, illegally dispensing prescription drugs, and three other prescription labeling and storing violations.

Dr. Feliciano's assistant, Tammy Townsend Kwiatkowski, 31, of Stewartstown, Pa., was also charged with distribution of a controlled dangerous substance and conspiracy to distribute a controlled dangerous substance.

Each was being held in the Baltimore County Detention Center on $25,000 bond.

State police reported seizing several hundred doses of controlled substances, records and approximately $1,500 in cash from the doctor's office.

State police said their investigation involved undercover investigators posing as patients and making purchases of Percocet, a prescription drug, during August and September.

The investigation was a joint effort of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the state Medical Board and the state police.

Officers said that anyone with information concerning Dr. Feliciano should call the state police narcotics division at (301) 290-0251.

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