KSP Charges Two Mayfield Men with Felony Drug Charges
Date of News Release: 2/22/2017
Mayfield, Ky.(February 22, 2017) Two western Kentucky men have been charged after a months-long investigation by Narcotics Investigators with the Kentucky State Police. During the summer of 2016, KSP Drug Enforcement/Special Investigations (DE/SI), received a complaint from the Kentucky Office of the Inspector General involving Dr. Wesley Mills DMD and David Clymer each of Mayfield. Mills and Clymer were suspected to have conspired together to obtain controlled substances by fraud. It was also reported that Mills and Clymer might have used the identity of a non-consenting, third party in order to obtain controlled substances. An investigation began and in early February, 2017, testimonial evidence was provided to a Graves County Grand Jury. On Thursday, February 9th, a four count indictment was handed down charging Dr. Wesley Mills with two Counts of Conspiracy to Obtain a Controlled by Substance by Fraud, commonly referred to as Doctor Shopping. Mills was also charged with two counts of Theft of Identity without Consent. A 10 count indictment was handed down for David Clymer charging him with two counts of Conspiracy to Obtain a Controlled Substance by Fraud, six counts of Obtaining a Controlled Substance by Fraud and two counts of Theft of Identity without Consent. On Wednesday, February 22, 55-year-old Mills and 56-year-old Clymer turned themselves into the Graves County Jail where they were formally charged. All offenses are Class D felonies.
During the course of the investigation, it was revealed that Mills was suspected to have obtained controlled substances by fraud in McCracken County. A McCracken County Grand Jury returned two additional counts for Obtaining a Controlled Substance by Fraud. A summons was issued for Mills and served upon his arrest in Graves County. The Kentucky State Police Drug Enforcement/Special Investigations Section and the Kentucky State Police Drug Task Force was assisted by the Mayfield Police Department and the Kentucky Office of the Inspector General. The investigation is ongoing by Det. Daniel Jones.