Article: Pharr Family Pharmacy owner, six others indicted in $110 million health care fraud scheme

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Pharr Family Pharmacy owner, six others indicted in $110 million health care fraud scheme

KRGV Digital, 18 June 2021

A compound pharmacy owner, three marketers, a referring physician and two clinic office staff members were charged for their alleged role in a multimillion-dollar health care fraud and kickback scheme Friday.

Among those charged was John Ageudo Rodriguez, 51, owner of Pharr Family Pharmacy; Mohammad Imtiaz Chowdhury, 40, his father – Dr. Tajul Shams Chowdhury, 71, – and Alex Flores Jr., 51, all of McAllen; Hector DeLaCruz, Jr., 50, of Edinburg; Araceli Gaona, 35, of Mission; and Erika Hernandez Salinas, 38, of Donna, were also charged in the indictment. Continue reading “Article: Pharr Family Pharmacy owner, six others indicted in $110 million health care fraud scheme”

Article: Meet The Tiny California Town “Full Of Dirt” That Snagged Elon Musk’s Boring Company

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Meet The Tiny California Town “Full Of Dirt” That Snagged Elon Musk’s Boring Company

TYLER DURDEN, 20 April 2021

Elon Musk is taking his Boring Company circus on the road to Adelanto, California.

Adelanto is a town of 37,000 where the mayor, Gabriel Reyes, works part time and the city manager, Jessie Flores, is the full time chief executive of the city, according to a recent Bloomberg report.

The county supervisor mentioned to Flores recently that Musk’s Boring Company was looking for a place to practice digging tunnels, so Flores reached out. “Steve, we’re the ones you’re looking for. When can we meet?,” Flores texted Boring’s President Steve Davis. Flores suggested meeting at SpaceX’s headquarters, which was about 2 hours away from Adelanto. Continue reading “Article: Meet The Tiny California Town “Full Of Dirt” That Snagged Elon Musk’s Boring Company”

Article: Authorities Investigating Fraudulent Oil and Gas Leases

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Authorities Investigating Fraudulent Oil and Gas Leases

SONIA RAMIREZ-MUÑOZ, 14 April 2021

MIDLAND, TX — The Midland Police Department confirmed it is investigating the National Royalty Group for possible fraud involving oil and gas leases.

According to the company, they were “established in 2000 to provide a liquid market for the purchase and sale of royalty interests in producing oil and gas properties.”

According to MPD, the Financial Crimes Unit looking into “criminal wrongdoing in connection with claims of fraud that have been alleged against NRG.” Continue reading “Article: Authorities Investigating Fraudulent Oil and Gas Leases”