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Veteran Affairs Employee Found Culpable of Corruption Allegations and Swindling VA of approximately $19 Million In A Year
Veteran Affairs Employee Found Culpable of Corruption Allegations and Swindling VA of approximately $19 Million In A Year

Jason R. Dunn, United States Attorney, announced that yesterday a judge sitting in U.S. District Court in Denver found Joseph Prince, of Aurora, Colorado, age 60, former Veterans Affairs (V.A.) employee, culpable of felony health care fraud, payment of illegal kickbacks and gratuities,...

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  • Veteran Affairs Employee Found Culpable of Corruption Allegations and Swindling VA of approximately $19 Million In A Year

    Jason R. Dunn, United States Attorney, announced that yesterday a judge sitting in U.S. District Court in Denver found Joseph Prince, of Aurora, Colorado, age 60, former Veterans Affairs (V.A.)...

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  • Tamika Adams Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy, Health Care Fraud and Stolen Identity Crime

    A resident of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty in a Pennsylvania federal court to conspiring to swindle the Pennsylvania Medicaid program, stolen identity theft, and health care crime,...

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  • Southwestern Family Practitioner Indicted in 161-Count Charges with Administering Drugs in Exchange for Sex and Health Care Fraud

    A doctor who runs private family practices in Perryopolis, Mount Pleasant, and Pennsylvania, has been charged by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh on allegations of illegitimately administering...

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  • Michael Bailey United States Attorney and Mark Brnovich Arizona Attorney General Launch Covid-19 Fraud Task Force

    U.S. Attorney Micheal Bailey and Mark Brnovich, Arizona Attorney General today rolled out a joint federal, local, and a state task force to fight fraud related to Coronavirus. The Coronavirus...

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  • Georgia Man Arraigned in Court for organizing a plot to Swindle Health Care Benefits Programs Related to COVID-19 and Genetic Cancer Testing

    Craig Carpenito, U.S. Attorney, announced that a man from Georgia would be arraigned in court today for his alleged participation in a conspiracy to swindle government-funded and private...

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  • Defendant Conspires with Former D.C. Government Employee to Defraud D.C.’s Department of Disability Services

    Cleophat Tanis, of Naples, Florida, 52, was indicted today to one month in federal prison and seven months of home incarceration for his involvement in a scheme that caused the District of...

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  • Branden Coluccio Indicted to 37 Months in Prison and Ordered to pay over $3 Million Compensation for Health Care Fraud Scheme

    Branden Coluccio, of Doylestown, Pennsylvania, age 32, has today been indicted to 37 months in federal prison for conspiring to undertake health care fraud. As part of his sentence, he was also...

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  • Doctor Agrees to Resolve Civil Fraud and Controlled Substance Crimes for $2.8 Million

    William M. McSwain U.S. Attorney announced that the federal government filed a civil case against Andrew M. Berkowitz, M.D., of Huntington Valley, PA, for undertaking healthcare fraud and...

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  • CEO, COO, CFO, President, and Owner of “Serenity Ranch Recovery” Convicted in $38 Million Fraud Scheme

    Sebastian Ahmed, of Delray Beach, Florida, age 42, has been charged with conspiring to undertake health care fraud and wire fraud, conspiring to commit money laundering, five counts of health...

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