The owner of a Cincinnati bail Bond Company is cooperating with federal authorities after she and a former eastern Kentucky doctor who faced a 16-year prison term were stopped at the Canadian border three days before the doctor was to begin serving his time. Carolyn Lykens, owner of Carolyn's Bail Bonds, 317 E. Ninth St., downtown, is due to go on trial in federal court in Ashland, Ky., Oct. 15 for conspiracy.
Procter, 52, pleaded guilty to dispensing controlled substances and conspiracy to dispense controlled substances after officials accused him and his South Shore, Ky., clinic of being a major supplier of prescription pain pills to the black market in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia from 1996 to 2002. Procter testified in April that he made almost $1 million a year and, at times, saw 80 or more patients a day.
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Procter was set to be sent to prison for 16 years for that conviction Aug. 18, but he and Lykens were stopped Aug. 15 in Detroit as they were about to cross into Canada. Procter, a native Canadian, was ordered to surrender his Canadian passport and not leave the federal court jurisdiction of eastern Kentucky or southern Ohio when he pleaded guilty in April. Federal prosecutors said he and Lykens were trying to get to Canada so they could flee to the Cayman Islands.