After eluding police for five days, former chief compliance officer James Barclay Monday turned himself in to federal authorities to face a felony charge that he helped his Ohio drug company illegally sell millions of dollars’ worth of opioids.

Barclay is the second chief compliance officer to be arrested by federal prosecutors in three months over their companies’ illegal opioid sales.

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