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Methamphetamine Trafficking Ring Dealer Pleads Guilty

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced that the head of a methamphetamine trafficking ring based in Fairfield and Licking counties has pleaded guilty.


Refund Checks Coming to Tech Support Scam Victims in Ohio

A dozen Ohioans who fell victim to a widespread tech support scam will soon receive refunds totaling more than $5,000, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and the Federal Trade Commission announced today.


AG Yost Marks First 100 Days in Office

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost marked the completion of his first 100 days in office, citing a number of early accomplishments that share a common focus: protecting the unprotected.


AG Yost Announces More Than 300 Local Law Enforcement Agencies are Receiving Body Armor Grants

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced that more than 300 local law enforcement agencies are now participating in the Ohio Law Enforcement Body Armor Program. 


AG Yost Calls for Immediate Legislative Action on PBMs

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today outlined a four-step plan to contain the amount that Ohio taxpayers are billed for prescription drugs purchased for state employees, calling for immediate legislative action on the recommendations.


Central Ohio Human Trafficking Task Force Takes Down Ringleaders

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien and Columbus Police Chief Thomas Quinlan today announced the conviction and sentencing of individuals responsible for a human trafficking ring in central Ohio.


Jackson County Man Found Guilty of Retaliation

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost today announced the conviction and sentencing of a Jackson County man on two felony counts of retaliation. A jury found that Willie Summerville’s threats toward the judge and victim in a previous proceeding warranted another guilty verdict. 


Grand Jury Indicts Former Cuyahoga County Corrections Center Warden, Two Corrections Officers

A Cuyahoga County grand jury has indicted an associate warden and two corrections officers from the Cuyahoga County Corrections Center.


Manager of Youngstown Home Health Company Sentenced to Prison for Theft, Medicaid Fraud

A Boardman woman who ran a home health company in Youngstown is headed to prison for Medicaid fraud and theft, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced today. Financial losses to the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) total $63,180.


Columbus Couple Turns to AG’s Office After Losing Tax Return in Junk-Car Purchase

The red 2005 Ford Freestyle seemed like the perfect fit for Britny Luster, her fiancé Steven Quackenbush and their four children. The Facebook post advertising the used crossover promised a great deal for a reliable family vehicle, just what the young Columbus couple needed.

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