The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office calls it “Operation Bad Apple.” It’s named after the Apple Pharmacy in Englewood that put thousands of Oxycodone pills on the street. 29 people have been charged by Sheriff’s deputies in a prescription fraud ring. Fraudulent prescriptions from Luxor Industries Physicians Group were filled in Englewood. Luxor was closed last year for being unlicensed. 21 of the suspects were arrested this week for obtaining controlled substances by fraud or trafficking. Apple Pharmacy made 40 thousand dollars cash over 10 months for fraudulent prescriptions of the powerful narcotic pain-killer. Some of the suspects were already in prison. A few died of overdoses before they could be arrested. All but one face a mandatory 15 to 25 years in prison.