Friday, March 22, 2013

Rescue Squad President Guilty of Medicare Fraud
Former President of Saltville, Virginia’s rescue squad will spend four years in prison and have to repay over 900-thousand-dollars in restitution. 60-year-old Eddie Wayne Louthian was found guilty of fraudulently billing Medicare by faking transport sheets and medical forms in order to get money. Medicare policies say a patient must be bed confined or in such a medical condition that an ambulance in necessary if the ambulance is making a non-emergency transport. The court also forfeited all bank accounts, cars, real estate, and an ambulance service as partial payment of restitution. A second person in the fraud case, Monica Hicks, was also charged in this scheme. (CC)

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

  • KFD to Hold a Child Passenger Safety Checkpoint Today
  • Student Says She was Raped on ETSU Campus
  • Opposition to Changes in Bristol, TN Beer Ordinance
  • Kingsport Murder Suspect Makes First Court Appearance
  • Seniors Can Sign Up Saturday for Tennessee Promise
  • Shootings Ruled Murder-Suicide
  • Elizabethton Man Sentenced for Crack Distribution
  • Parole Denied in Sullivan County Double Murder
  • Convicts captured at Wal-Mart
  • Underage Drinking Arrest in Abingdon
  • TDOT Safety Grants
  • Accredited schools in Virginia decline again
  • Closed Bristol College Plans Yard Sale For This Weekend
  • Eastman Tests Emergency Preparedness System



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