Margie E. Hollingsworth was sentenced Friday to 46 months in federal prison, following her February 2012 guilty plea to one count of making a false statement in a health care manner.
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The Lubbock Police Department and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations conducted the investigation.
The 49-year-old San Angelo native faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, and may be ordered to pay restitution.
Austin is expected to surrender to federal authorities prior to his first appearance before U.S. Magistrate Judge Clinton Averitte on September 20th, 2012.
Johnson was arrested on June 3rd at Wal-Mart, located at Quaker Avenue and South Loop 289, after Lubbock police were called to the area following reports of a man taking pictures up women’s skirts at the store.
28-year-old James Bradley Taylor used a peer-to-peer file-file sharing software program to download, and attempt to download images of child pornography in March 2011.
According to Wednesday’s federal indictment, between 90 and 95 percent of Goodwin’s orthodontics’ patients were Medicaid beneficiaries.
Abdo was an absent without leave soldier from Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Officers arrested him on July 27th of last year, and was found with the pistol and instructions on how to build a bomb, as well as bomb making components.
The indictment alleges that Gunselman falsely represented that he and each corporate defendant was in the business of producing bio-diesel fuel, yet did not have a bio-diesel fuel production facility.
Some employees of Team Industrial Services also manipulated testing data to falsely represent emissions monitoring events that were not performed.