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Lee County Man Arrested for Exploitation of an Elderly Person TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Attorney General Pam Bondi's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, with the assistance of the East District SET Team with the Lee County Sheriff's Office, today announced the arrest of a Lee County man for exploitation of an elderly person.According to the investigation, Ryan Todd Powers, 40, unlawfully obtained funds from an elderly relative suffering from physical limitations who resides in a nursing home.If convicted, the defendants, none of whom still work at the facility, each face up to seven years in prison.Former Health Care Worker Arrested for Abuse of a Disabled Patient TALLAHASSEE, Fla.
Former Mental Health Therapist Arrested for Medicaid Fraud TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Attorney General Pam Bondi's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit and the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office today announced the arrest of a Duval County resident for Medicaid Fraud.De Brota said a former employee at one of the New Jersey companies involved in the scheme reported the fraud to officials as a whistleblower.Biodiesel, a renewable fuel, is made from vegetable oils or animal fats and is usually blended with petroleum-based diesel.INDIANAPOLIS — One of the largest biodiesel scams in U. history is coming to an end after guilty pleas have been entered by three brothers who saw a gross profit of million for the fuel."In terms of the Southern District of Indiana, I believe this is the second largest fraud scheme prosecuted here in the U. Attorney’s Office," said Thomas Ballantine, with the Department of Justice Environmental Crimes Section, on Wednesday."In this office, this is the largest tax fraud case."The scheme was operated primarily by three brothers, Chad, Christopher and Craig Ducey, and centered around E-biofuels LLC, a company based in Middletown, Ind.
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Through that facility, the Duceys bought and resold biodiesel that had been produced elsewhere while reaping tax credits. "None of that fuel ever existed."So the money the taxpayers paid to have that exist was stolen, the customers that bought the fuel were cheated and the programs that were designed to protect us from the need to buy foreign oil and the environment were frustrated through this criminal activity."The Duceys sold over 35 million gallons of biodiesel to customers for more than $145 million by falsely claiming that the fuel was eligible for federal renewable energy incentives, federal investigators said.