A Texas man and wife were sentenced in Federal court today after a guilty verdict and a guilty plea this spring was handed down on charges that they committed $21.8 million in fraud against the Federal government.
A Texas man has been enjoined by the Federal government against selling a substance he claims to be a cure for C0VD-19 despite an alleged lack of evidence that the substance works as advertised.
A Texas man is facing Federal felony charges on allegations that he fraudulently filed for $5 million in emergency payroll loans from the Small Business Administration (SBA).
A Beaumont man is facing Federal charges on allegations that he defrauded the Small Business Administration (SBA) by filing fraudulent loan applications in an attempt at obtaining over $10 million in loans from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
Half a dozen pharmacy owners and marketers in North Texas were charged last week in response to a Federal investigation alleging that they were involved in a kickback scheme involving prescriptions for TRICARE and U.S. Department of Labor beneficiaries.
A Texas "ozone therapy" business has been permanently enjoined from touting its service as a treatment for COVID-19 after a Federal investigation allegedly found the firm making such unproven claims.
A Texas man was indicted last week on allegations by Federal prosecutors that he used the Darknet and Bitcoin to illegally sell fentanyl to buyers around the world.
A South Texas woman was convicted late last month for allegedly participating in a conspiracy to defraud Medicare that investigators say cost the government about $11 million over the course of three years.