|Lexington Man Indicted In Medicaid Fraud Case
The Kentucky Attorney General said Ahmad Davis, 28, of Lexington, is accused of submitting false and fraudulent timesheets for payment of services to a Medicaid recipient that he didn't actually perform.
|Jessamine County Couple Indicted On Welfare Fraud Charges
A couple from Nicholasville are accused of getting more than $10,000 in Kentucky Medicaid benefits by fraud, according to the Kentucky Attorney General.
|Youth Coach Accused Of Sexually Abusing Boys
The Kentucky Attorney General's Office said Michael Schweitzer, 46, of Hebron, was indicted on charges that he reportedly sexually abused six boys from May 2011 through June 2013.
|Lexington Business Accused Of Operating Pyramid Scheme
Federal and state authorities seized the Lexington headquarters and Danville warehouse of Fortune Hi-Tech Marketing on Monday. Video
|Attorney General: Refunds For Former Members Of Health Club In Lexington
Nearly 600 former members of 'Shapes New Dimensions, Inc.,' will receive refunds for the unused portion of membership fees paid to the health club, according to the Kentucky Attorney General.