Posts Tagged ‘fraud’

Sentencing hearing set for ex-office manager

CLINTON — A federal judge has scheduled a Jan. 14 sentencing hearing for a Clinton woman who pleaded guilty to bank fraud and tax evasion. Federal authorities say in a news release that 60-year-old Barbara Cummings pleaded guilty last week in U.S. District Court in Jackson. A federal grand jury returned a five-count indictment against […] [...]

Feds want tax preparers barred due to false tax returns

HOLLY SPRINGS — The federal government is asking a Mississippi judge to bar two tax preparers and their business from preparing tax returns for others. The government made the request in a 13-page document filed in U.S. District Court in Oxford. It seeks the prohibition against Hardaway Taxx in Holly Springs and two individuals, Eric […] [...]

Judge postpones Medicare fraud trial of hospice owner

by Associated Press Published: October 30,2013

Tags: Angelic Hospice, bench, crime, fraud, healthcare, hospice, judge, justice, l court, law, legal, Medicare, Michael Mills, Regina Swims-King, trial

GREENWOOD — A federal judge has delayed the trial of the owner of a Mississippi hospice charged with running a multimillion dollar Medicare fraud. Regina Swims-King was charged in June in a 37-count criminal indictment related to the actions of Angelic Hospice in Greenwood. Her trial had been scheduled for December. Swims-King’s lawyer had asked […] [...]

Ex-tax preparer pleads guilty to federal fraud charges

COLUMBUS — Federal court records say a former tax preparer from Columbus has pleaded guilty in a fraud case. Cynthia H. Carter was indicted in March on 17 counts. A federal court had already barred Carter from preparing federal tax returns for others. She pleaded guilty in in U.S. District Court in Oxford to one […] [...]

Second nurse pleads guilty to role in cancer center fraud

SUMMIT — A second nurse has pleaded guilty to failing to report a crime at a south Mississippi cancer clinic that was shut down over unsafe practices and accused of a multimillion-dollar fraud. Brittany Davis Powell pleaded guilty yesterday to misprision of a felony during a hearing in U.S. District Court in Jackson. Her lawyer, […] [...]

Hospice owner wants more time for Medicare fraud defense

by Associated Press Published: October 16,2013

Tags: Angelic Hospice, attorney, court, crime, fraud, hospice, judicial, judiciary, justice, law, lawyer, legal, Medicare, Regina Swims-King

GREENWOOD — An attorney for the owner of a Mississippi hospice charged with running a multimillion dollar Medicare fraud has asked a federal judge to delay the Dec. 2 trial. Regina Swims-King was charged in June in a 37-count criminal indictment related to the actions of Angelic Hospice in Greenwood. Swims-King’s lawyer said in a […] [...]

Nurse pleads guilty to role in cancer center fraud

SUMMIT — A nurse has pleaded guilty to failing to report a crime at a former cancer clinic involved in a multimillion-dollar fraud. Courtney Michelle Young pleaded guilty to misprision of a felony today in U.S. District Court in Jackson. A plea agreement filed in court records said Young faces up to three years in […] [...]

Prosecutors: Hospice owner bilked Medicare for millions

GREENWOOD — Newly released court records claim the owner of a Mississippi hospice ran a multimillion Medicare fraud and used some of the money to buy 20 cars since December 2009. The details about Angelic Hospice in Greenwood and its owner’s purchases were outlined in a 27-page document dated Feb. 19 but only made public […] [...]

Ex-coroner pleads guilty to two counts of fraud; retirement frozen

UNION COUNTY — Former Union County Coroner Mark Golding pled guilty to a bill of information and was sentenced at the Tippah County Courthouse, according to State Auditor Stacey Pickering. Golding pled guilty to two counts of fraud by a public official and was sentenced to five years for each count. For each count, three […] [...]

Nurses to plead guilty to roles in cancer center fraud

JACKSON — Federal court records say two nurses will plead guilty to withholding information about a crime at a former south Mississippi cancer clinic that prosecutors said was involved in a multimillion-dollar fraud related to chemotherapy treatments. Brittany Davis Powell and Courtney Michelle Young were charged with misprision of a felony on Aug. 22 in […] [...]

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