Cheryl Pizza and her ex-husband Glenn Seeler entered their pleas Wednesday to charges of conspiracy. Seeler also pleaded guilty to racketeering, and Pizza pleaded guilty to drug possession.
Authorities say the late Dr. James Kauffman wrote opioid prescriptions for Pizza, Seeler and several others. Those who received the drugs either used or sold them.
Kauffman was charged with killing his wife, who was a radio show host, as part of an alleged plot to stop her from exposing the drug ring.
He was found dead in his cell in January in an apparent suicide.
Pizza and Seeler are scheduled for sentencing Oct. 25.
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