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Fayetteville man surrenders on charges of operating bogus clinic

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Narcotics agents raided RF Medical Clinic after they learned it was issuing fraudulent prescriptions. (Brandon Herring, WNCN) Narcotics agents raided RF Medical Clinic after they learned it was issuing fraudulent prescriptions. (Brandon Herring, WNCN)
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -

A man wanted for practicing medicine without a license turned himself in to Cumberland County Sheriff's deputies Thursday.

Wright Gillies, 60, has been charged with felony identity theft and misdemeanor practicing medicine without a license.

The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office said Gillies was issuing fraudulent prescriptions and operating a business as a medical clinic without a physician present.

Narcotics agent raided Gillies business, RF Medical Clinic, located at 705 Cumberland Street, Wednesday.

An investigation began in November after authorities discovered Gillies was treating people and dispensing drugs without a license. Authorities allege that Gillies was giving out flu shots and treating young children.

Gillies was released from the Cumberland County Detention Center on a $10,000 unsecured bond.

He is scheduled to make a first court appearance on Friday.

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