March 17, 2022

Former Owner of New Jersey Marketing Company Admits Role in $6 Million Compounded Prescription Drug Scheme

The former owner of a New Jersey marketing company admitted his role in a scheme to defraud public and private health benefits programs of over $6 million for the billing of medically unnecessary compounded prescriptions, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced today.

March 14, 2022

Ohio Man Admits Role in Multimillion-Dollar Scheme to Defraud Health Care Benefit Programs

An Ohio man pleaded guilty today to his role in a large-scale, multilevel marketing scheme to defraud private and federally funded health care benefit programs, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced.

March 14, 2022

Rhode Island Woman Charged with Falsifying Military Service; Fraudulently Collecting Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Charitable Contributions Earmarked for Wounded and Other Veterans

A Warwick woman who is alleged to have (1) fraudulently claimed to be a wounded United States Marine Corps (USMC) veteran and recipient of a Purple Heart and Bronze Star, and (2) schemed to collect hundreds of thousands of dollars in veteran benefits and charitable contributions, was arrested today by federal agents and made her initial appearance in federal court in Providence, announced United States Attorney Zachary A. Cunha.

March 8, 2022

New Jersey Doctor Convicted of Multimillion-Dollar Health Care Fraud

A federal jury convicted a New Jersey rheumatologist today for defrauding Medicare and other health insurance programs by billing for services that patients never received.

March 4, 2022

Former Tungsten Heavy Powder & Parts CEO Arrested and Charged with Unlawful Exportation of Defense Articles including to The People’s Republic of China

Joe Sery, former owner and chief executive officer of Tungsten Heavy Powder & Parts, and his brother, Dror Sery, are charged in a federal grand jury indictment unsealed today with violations of federal export laws pursuant to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).

Feb. 24, 2022

Former Virginia Beach Business Owner Sentenced for Multi-Million Dollar Health Care Fraud Scheme

A former Virginia Beach business owner was sentenced today to 51 months in prison for his role in operating a durable medical equipment supply company that defrauded federal health care programs of millions of dollars.

Feb. 23, 2022

Government Contractor Agrees to Pay Record $48.5 Million to Resolve Claims Related to Fraudulent Procurement of Small Business Contracts Intended for Service-Disabled Veterans

TriMark USA, LLC of Mansfield, Massachusetts, has agreed to pay $48.5 million to resolve allegations that its subsidiaries, TriMark Gill Marketing and Gill Group, Inc. (collectively, TriMark), improperly manipulated federal small business set-aside contracts around the country, announced Carla B. Freedman, the United States Attorney for the Northern District of New York, and Vanessa R. Waldref, the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington.

Feb. 23, 2022

Texas company convicted for supplying potentially tainted rocket fuel to NASA

Anahuac Transport Inc. has pleaded guilty to fraud, announced U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery.

Feb. 15, 2022

Florida Man Admits Role in $35 Million Pharmacy Compounded Medication Scheme

A Palm City, Florida, man today admitted participating in a compounded medication kickback scheme that he and others ran out of a pharmacy in Clifton, New Jersey, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced.

Feb. 14, 2022

Former lab director sentenced to prison for falsifying results of steel testing on parts for Navy subs

The former Director of Metallurgy at Bradken Inc. was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Tacoma to 30 months in prison, and a $50,000 fine, for falsifying test results that measure the strength and toughness of steel that Bradken sold for installation in U.S. Navy submarines, announced U.S. Attorney Nick Brown. Elaine Thomas, 67, of Auburn, Washington, pleaded guilty November 8, 2021, to major fraud against the United States. At the sentencing hearing U.S. District Judge Benjamin H. Settle said it was, “a crime of pride and ego, that in some way she knew better than those who set the standards.”