March 2018 Archives

Are you a doctor accused of Medicare fraud?

You did all the work, you made it through college, medical school and all your years of training. You've been involved a successful practice for many years now. All in all, you've done well for yourself and you've done what you thought was best for your patients. Then, it happened, you received word that your practice was being investigated for Medicare fraud. At the end of the investigation, police placed you and several employees at your clinic under and found yourself facing charges.

Violent crimes: Arkansas man accused of stabbing wife

A man in Mountain Home is facing murder charges after police say his estranged wife was murdered on March 13. The 43-year-old Arkansas man, who allegedly has a history of violent crimes, has been arrested and is currently in custody with no bond set. Violent crimes of this nature, understandably, carry serious criminal consequences. 

Arkansas man arrested for alleged drug crimes

A man in Fayetteville remains in custody following his arrest on suspicion of drug possession. Arkansas police arrested the 24-year-old man following a traffic stop and have now charged him with drug crimes. He is being held in a detention center in Washington County ahead of a court date, which has not yet been announced. 

Arkansas man charged with violent crimes pleads innocent

A man in Hot Springs is facing serious jail time if he is found guilty of contributing to the deaths of three other people. Arkansas authorities say the 34-year-old man is responsible for the shooting deaths of three other adults in Hot Springs last year. Despite the nature of the violent crimes the man allegedly committed, he is entitled to face his charges in a criminal court. 

Violent crimes: Arkansas man faces murder charge

After the apparent shooting death of a woman in Searcy County, a man is in custody and has been charged. The 30-year-old man is now facing murder charges after being implicated in the death of the 26-year-old woman, according to Arkansas authorities. As with many suspects in violent crimes, the man is being held by police ahead of a court date. 

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