Recent News
Media > News Releases

News Releases

Attorney General DeWine and Ohio Department of Commerce Announce Settlement with Carrington Mortgage Services

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Commerce Director David Goodman today announced an assurance of voluntary compliance (AVC) with Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC to resolve a 2009 lawsuit and to provide relief to Ohio homeowners facing foreclosure.

5/20/2011

Attorney General DeWine and Justice Stratton Convene First Meeting of the Attorney General’s Task Force on Criminal Justice and Mental Illness

Attorney General Mike DeWine and Ohio Supreme Court Justice Evelyn Stratton today convened the first meeting of the newly-formed Attorney General’s Task Force on Criminal Justice and Mental Illness.  Justice Stratton and Attorney General DeWine will co-chair the Task Force.

12/12/2011

Attorney General DeWine and Hamilton County Prosecutor Deters Announce Indictment of Man for Stealing from Storm Victims

(CINCINNATI) -- Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters announced today the indictment of a man who allegedly stole more than $43,000 from at least nine victims in Ohio and Kentucky who had storm damage to their homes. The indictment was the result of a collaborative investigation by the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Section - Economic Crimes Division, the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office, and the Jackson Township Police Department in Stark County, Ohio.

4/13/2012

Attorney General DeWine and Bowling Green State University Announce Partnership for New BCI Lab on BGSU Campus

As part of the FY13-14 Capital Appropriations Bill, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced that his office is pleased that Governor Kasich has recommended that his office receive $11.9 million to build a state-of-the-art crime lab and investigations facility for the Bowling Green Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) to be located on the campus of Bowling Green State University.

3/15/2012

Attorney General DeWine and Agencies Conduct Dayton-Area Prescription Drug Raid

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine was on site today for a multi-jurisdictional search for evidence of possible prescription drug abuse, health care fraud, medical board violations, and money laundering at three locations in Clark and Montgomery Counties.

10/3/2011

Attorney General DeWine and 37 States Announce $40.75 Million Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Settlement

(Columbus, Ohio) – Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, along with 37 other state attorneys general, announced today a $40.75 million settlement, pending court approval, with pharmaceutical companies GlaxoSmithKline, LLC (GSK) and SB Pharmco Puerto Rico, Inc. (SB Pharmco) to resolve concerns about their alleged substandard manufacturing processes.

6/23/2011

Attorney General DeWine Accepts Award from Columbus Urban League

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today accepted a 2011 Equal Opportunity Day Award from the Columbus Urban League. The award recognized the Attorney General's Office for 17 years of ongoing support for the Minority Crime Victim Assistance Program (MCVAP).

11/1/2011

Attorney General Asking For Public's Help Finding Wanted Sex Offender

Dawn Smith, 48, was convicted in Wood County, Ohio, of Unlawful Sexual Conduct with a juvenile male in 2008.

6/4/2012

Attorney General Announces Sentence of Business Owner

Carolyn Quinnie, owner of 3 Ease Home Health Care, was found guilty of felony theft in April.  Today a judge also sentenced her to a suspended sentence of 15 months in jail, with five years of community control.  An investigation by the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Attorney General's Office found that the 57-year-old was billing Medicaid for wheelchair transports for individuals who did not need them.

5/23/2012

Attorney General Announces Convictions in Home Health Aide Background Check Investigation

Agents in the Health Care Fraud Division of the Ohio Attorney General's Office said Rose Radovanic, who pleaded guilty to a felony charge of theft by deception, hired the home health aides, despite their criminal convictions, because they signed up elderly family members or friends to become clients of the company

6/8/2012
Displaying results 2941-2950 (of 2974)
 |<  <  289 - 290 - 291 - 292 - 293 - 294 - 295 - 296 - 297 - 298  >  >|