Friday, June 14, 2013

Another Tri-Cities Doctor is in Trouble
A Greeneville Tennessee Federal Grand Jury has returned indictments against a Johnson City Doctor and his wife. Both are associated with the East Tennessee Cancer and Blood Center that is been involved in recent mislabeling of cancer drugs. Dr Anindya Kumar-Sen and his wife Patricia Posy Sen are accused of purchasing a Chinese drug thru Canada at a cheaper price and then charging Medicare 3.2 Million dollars. The indictments include one count of conspiracy against the United States; 29 counts of introduction into interstate commerce a misbranded drug with intent to defraud or mislead; seven counts of knowingly importing merchandise contrary to law; and one count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud. The Sens' indictments came one day after another Johnson City Doctor was sentenced to two years in federal prison and fined $10,000 after his conviction in a similar case.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

  • Johnson City Police: Enraged Man Assaults Woman, Almost Runs Over Another, Crashes
  • Former Carter County Jailer Indicted
  • Unicoi Sheriff Planning Lawsuit over Budget
  • Kingsport "Drug Take Back" Nets 2 Tons
  • Disturbance in Boones Creek Leads to Arrest
  • Indictment: Chilhowie Man Intoxicated in Traffic Fatality
  • Bristol Man Arrested with Pills in Johnson City
  • Glade Spring woman charged with murder
  • Gray man accused of selling $51,000 of company equipment on eBay
  • New Police Headquarters for Elizabethton



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