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March 19, 2024

Aventura Technologies, Inc. pleads guilty to wire fraud and illegal importation for reselling Chinese goods as U.S.-made

Earlier today, Aventura Technologies, Inc. (Aventura) pleaded guilty to committing mail and wire fraud conspiracy and illegal importation in federal court in Central Islip.

March 13, 2024

Justice Department Sues Six Health Plans and Their Alliance for Concealing Overpayments for Military Managed Care Program

The United States filed a complaint alleging that six health plans participating in the Uniformed Services Family Health Plan (USFHP) program, as well as their trade group, the US Family Health Plan Alliance, violated the False Claims Act by knowingly retaining erroneously inflated payments for healthcare services the health plans contracted to provide to retired military members and their families.

March 12, 2024

Two Florida Residents Plead Guilty to Conspiring to Sell and Export Aircraft Parts with Counterfeit Airworthiness Approval Tags

On March 6, Daniel Navarro, 50, of Miami Lakes, Florida, the former Vice President of, Sofly Aviation Services (Sofly), an aviation parts distribution company, and Jorge Guerrero, 71, of Hialeah, Florida, a Procurement & Asset Management Specialist for Sofly, both pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States.

March 7, 2024

Former Navy Civilian Employee and Former Executive Indicted in Bribery Scheme Involving Over $100 Million in Government Contracts

A former civilian employee of San Diego-based Naval Information Warfare Center and a former executive with a South Carolina defense contractor were charged in an indictment unsealed today with participating in a bribery scheme to trade expensive meals, jobs and a ticket to a premiere sporting event for help obtaining more than $100 million in government contracts.

March 7, 2024

Former Navy Civilian Employee and Former Executive Indicted in Bribery Scheme Involving Over $100 Million in Government Contracts

A former civilian employee of San Diego-based Naval Information Warfare Center and a former executive with a South Carolina defense contractor were charged in an indictment unsealed today with participating in a bribery scheme to trade expensive meals, jobs and a ticket to a premiere sporting event for help obtaining more than $100 million in government contracts.

March 6, 2024

Leesburg man pleads guilty to COVID relief fraud scheme

A Leesburg man pleaded guilty today to wire fraud for his scheme to defraud a federal COVID-19 relief plan. According to court documents, Russell Laraway, 56, an Army Reserve officer, incorporated two business entities in Virginia that he purported to operate out of his home in Leesburg: Loudoun Innovation LLC (“LI LLC”) and Commonwealth Commerce LLC (“CC LLC”).

March 6, 2024

Generic Pharmaceuticals Manufacturer Pleads Guilty, Agrees to $1.5 Million Criminal Penalty for Distributing Adulterated Drugs and $2 Million to Resolve Civil Liability under the False Claims Act

United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced that KVK Research Inc., a generic drug manufacturer in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty today to criminal charges that it introduced adulterated drugs into interstate commerce.

March 6, 2024

Additional Contractors Indicted for Rigging Bids and Defrauding the U.S. Military in South Korea

A federal grand jury in the Western District of Texas returned a superseding indictment today charging a third South Korean national and a South Korean company for their roles in a bid-rigging conspiracy and a scheme to defraud the United States in connection with operation and maintenance work for U.S. military installations in South Korea.

March 6, 2024

Edwardsville Doctor Pleads Guilty to Healthcare Fraud

A doctor from Edwardsville admitted guilt to a federal healthcare fraud charge for falsely documenting services provided to nursing home patients for reimbursement from Medicare. Phillip J. Greene, 59, pleaded guilty to one count of healthcare fraud.

March 5, 2024

Two Defendants Arrested for Conspiring to Illegally Export Weapons to South Sudan

A federal criminal complaint was unsealed yesterday in the District of Arizona charging Abraham Chol Keech, 44, of Utah, and Peter Biar Ajak, 40, of Maryland, with conspiring to purchase and illegally export millions of dollars’ worth of fully automatic rifles, grenade launchers, Stinger missile systems, hand grenades, sniper rifles, ammunition, and other export-controlled items from the United States to South Sudan, in violation of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and the Export Control Reform Act (ECRA).