Father, son plead guilty to $27M health care scam
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A father and son from California have pleaded guilty for their roles in a scheme that defrauded more than $27 million from Affordable Care Act programs in at least 12 states.
Federal prosecutors in Connecticut say 60-year-old Jeffrey White and 33-year-old Nicholas White, both of Twin Peaks, California, pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy to commit health care fraud.
BRIDGEPORT -- Officials of the exclusive Indian Mountain School in the Lakeville section of Salisbury have agreed to settle two federal lawsuits that claimed students were sexually assaulted at the school in the 1980s.
Antonio Ponvert III of the Bridgeport law firm Koskoff, Koskoff and Bieder, who represented the former students said the cases were settled for sums not being disclosed under a confidentiality agreement ending several years of litigation.
U.S. 31 from Ludington south among freeways changing to 75 mph speed limit
Speed limits on 1,500 miles of roads in Michigan will rise this year, beginning today with sections of freeways I-75, U.S. 127, I-69, and U.S. 131.
Locally, the speed limit on 37 miles of the U.S. 31 Freeway between Ludington and the southern border of Oceana County will increase from 70 mph to 75 mph — but not until the signage on that stretch of road has been changed to show the new, higher limit.
Judge sentences California man in Craigslist jewelry heists
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — A federal judge in California has sentenced a man to 30 years in prison following his conviction on robbery charges in elaborate jewelry heists using Craigslist.
Prosecutors say U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White in Oakland issued the sentence against 42-year-old Michael Anthony Martin, of Tracy, California, on Tuesday.