Dr.Weldon Ellis Hill commits suicide after he was put on DEA pill mill watch list. Former Waller County Sheriff Department - Westside Narcotics Sgt. Raymond Robert Burns attempted to use a fraudulent Dr. Hill prescription form, when DEA arrested him as was was trying to fill the prescription. Waller County Sgt. Burns contaminated hundreds of drug cases that had to be dismissed, costing Waller County taxpayers approx. $9 MILLION in wasted law enforcement dangerous drug cases.

Dr. Weldon Ellis Hill killed himself with a single gunshot to his head, before jumping off the Brazos River bridge, on FM 159.

Hill, Welton Ellis, M.D., Lic. No. F6746, Bellville,Texas
On August 28, 2015, the Board and Welton Ellis Hill, M.D., entered into an Agreed Order requiring Dr. Hill to have his practice monitored by another physician for 12 consecutive monitoring cycles; within one year and three attempts pass the Medical Jurisprudence Exam; within one year complete the physician prescribing course offered by the University of California San Diego Physician Assessment and Clinical Education (PACE) program; within one year complete at least 16 hours of CME, divided as follows: eight hours in medical record keeping and eight hours in risk management; and within 60 days pay an administrative penalty of $5,000. The Board found Dr. Hill prescribed benzodiazepines to an elderly patient but failed to appropriately monitor the patient's use of the medications, failed to use other safer medications, and did not justify the treatment in his documentation.

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