Lilburn 'Pill Mill' Suspects Plead Not Guilty, Post Bail
A federal judge set bonds for each of four defendants, including a doctor from Duluth.
All four defendants charged in connection with a suspected illegal pain clinic in Lilburn have bonded out of jail, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
On Wednesday (Jan. 30), each of the suspects had a detention hearing at U.S. District Court in Atlanta. Chief Magistrate Janet F. King set bonds for each.
- Larry Webman, 64, of Florida, a bond of $30,000.
- Randy Webman, 59, of Florida, a bond of $30,000.
- Dr. George Williams, 45, of Duluth, a bond of $30,000.
- Dara Webman, 29, daughter of Randy Webman, a bond of $10,000.
The four defendants pleaded not guilty.
The suspects are charged with federal drug and distribution charges in relation to Premier Medical Management, Inc., located at 3993 Lawrenceville Highway.