KOKOMO & BURLINGTON, Ind. (WLFI) - Four area doctors could still face disciplinary action after they were linked to 26 patient deaths dating back to 2008.
Last week the Indiana Attorney General's office filed a petition to suspend four physician licenses at Wagoner Medical Clinic in Kokomo and Burlington.
Wednesday, the Indiana Medical Licensing board dropped the emergency petitions for two of the doctors' licenses.
The Attorney General's Office says Drs. Don and Marilyn Wagoner have agreed not to prescribe any controlled substances until the board meets again to determine disciplinary actions on April 25.
In the meantime Dr. William Terpstra and Dr. Robert Brewer are still facing license suspensions.
The four doctors are being accused of over-prescribing patients with pain medicine.
You can find more details on some of the dozens of deaths investigators believe the clinic had a hand in here.
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