A former Middlesex Assistant District Attorney was indicted on charges that he traded information for oxycodone pills, according to an announcement from Attorney General Martha Coakley.
Stephen Gilpatric, 35, served as ADA from November 2007 to October 2014. He will be arraigned Friday in Middlesex Superior Court.
An investigation revealed that Gilpatric allegedly gave his drug supplier information he knew through his job in exchange for drugs, according to a release. The details included information on another person, a Board of Probation record, a police report, a photograph, and other personal details.
The Attorney General’s office said its investigation had not yielded any evidence to suggest that Gilpatric shared information related to cases he was personally investigating or prosecuting.