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Department of Justice

Arkansas Man Charged in $100 Million COVID-19 Health Care Fraud Scheme

A federal grand jury in the Western District of Arkansas returned an indictment yesterday charging an Arkansas man who owned or managed numerous diagnostic testing laboratories with health care fraud in connection with over $100 million dollars in false billings for urine drug testing, COVID-19 testing, and other clinical laboratory services.
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DOJ Announces Coordinated Law Enforcement Action to Combat Health Care Fraud Related to COVID-19

The Department of Justice today announced criminal charges against 14 defendants, including 11 newly-charged defendants and three who were charged in superseding indictments, in seven federal districts across the United States for their alleged participation in various health care fraud schemes that exploited the COVID-19 pandemic and resulted in over $143 million in false billings.
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Little Rock Woman Sentenced to 41 Months in Prison For COVID Relief Fraud

Ganell Tubbs, 41, Little Rock, was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison after fraudulently obtaining nearly $2 million in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans intended to provide relief for small businesses affected by COVID-19.