The U.S. Attorney’s office says that Goodwin had his employees schedule more than 100 Medicaid patients for days when he was scheduled to be out of town, but still billed for the procedures.
u.s. attorney's office
A North Texas man was sentenced yesterday in a federal court to 5 ½ years in prison yesterday for hauling over 245 pounds of marijuana.
Gunselman made nearly $42 million from the fraudulent practices, and spent $12 million on property, several vehicles, a Patton Military Tank, a Gulfstream airplane, San Antonio Spurs season tickets and corporate sponsorships.
The 49-year-old West faces a sentence of no less than 22 years and up to life in prison, as well as a $750,000 fine for the November 2012 robbery.
The 27-year-old Harlan, formerly of Big Spring faces a sentence of no less than five years or more than 20 years, a $250,000 fine, and up to a lifetime of supervised release.
The sentence comes following the 26-year-old Flinn’s November 2012 guilty plea to one count of possession of child pornography.
The spools of barbed wire on Garrison's vehicle contained 229 bricks of marijuana, weighing approximately 112 kilograms.
The plane was reportedly dusting the crops of a field neighboring Cate’s land in Talpa, which is less than 20 miles west of Ballinger.
Grimes committed the armed robbery of the Amarillo Community Federal Credit Union in Pampa on September 15th, 2012.
Court documents show that the 38-year-old Childress ISD teacher's aide met the 15-year-old student at the school where she worked through his association with one of her children.