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Delaware, Reckitt Reach Suboxone Settlement

Multi-state settlement resolves allegations of improper marketing and sale of addictive withdrawal treatment Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced today that Delaware and other states have reached an agreement with pharmaceutical distributor Reckitt Benckiser Group (“Reckitt”) to settle allegations that the company, either directly or through a subsidiary, improperly marketed and otherwise promoted the drug Suboxone, […]




Police Chief Pleads Guilty

Other defendants plea to gang activity, weapons, murder, rape, and theft charges Michael Capriglione, Chief of police for the Town of Newport, has pled guilty to charges stemming from official misconduct. In May 2018, Capriglione ordered the deletion of a surveillance video, which depicted him striking another vehicle in the parking lot of Newport Police […]




Prison Sentence for Man Who Beat Nephew With Pipe

Other defendants plead to rape, leaving the scene of a fatal accident, assault, and theft charges Deputy Attorney General Anna Currier secured a prison sentence for a 60-year-old Wilmington man who pled guilty to beating his nephew with a metal pipe. After an argument, Mark Herring took a 2-foot-long pipe from the basement of a […]




Delaware Medicaid Program To Be Reimbursed Almost $900K for Overcharges on EpiPens

The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice will join the United States and other states to settle allegations against Mylan Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Mylan Specialty L.P. (collectively “Mylan”). The settlement will resolve allegations that Mylan knowingly underpaid rebates owed to the Medicaid program for the drugs EpiPen and EpiPen […]




Former High School Employee Pleads Guilty to Sexual Solicitation of a Child

Also, Medicaid Fraud unit prosecutes two health care workers in separate cases. The former athletic director at McKean High School in the Red Clay School District, Brian Budd, 34, of Columbus, NJ, has pled guilty to Sexual Solicitation of a Child. In July 2016, Budd solicited a 16-year-old student to allow him to engage in […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU)"

Delaware, Reckitt Reach Suboxone Settlement

Multi-state settlement resolves allegations of improper marketing and sale of addictive withdrawal treatment Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced today that Delaware and other states have reached an agreement with pharmaceutical distributor Reckitt Benckiser Group (“Reckitt”) to settle allegations that the company, either directly or through a subsidiary, improperly marketed and otherwise promoted the drug Suboxone, […]




Police Chief Pleads Guilty

Other defendants plea to gang activity, weapons, murder, rape, and theft charges Michael Capriglione, Chief of police for the Town of Newport, has pled guilty to charges stemming from official misconduct. In May 2018, Capriglione ordered the deletion of a surveillance video, which depicted him striking another vehicle in the parking lot of Newport Police […]




Prison Sentence for Man Who Beat Nephew With Pipe

Other defendants plead to rape, leaving the scene of a fatal accident, assault, and theft charges Deputy Attorney General Anna Currier secured a prison sentence for a 60-year-old Wilmington man who pled guilty to beating his nephew with a metal pipe. After an argument, Mark Herring took a 2-foot-long pipe from the basement of a […]




Delaware Medicaid Program To Be Reimbursed Almost $900K for Overcharges on EpiPens

The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice will join the United States and other states to settle allegations against Mylan Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Mylan Specialty L.P. (collectively “Mylan”). The settlement will resolve allegations that Mylan knowingly underpaid rebates owed to the Medicaid program for the drugs EpiPen and EpiPen […]




Former High School Employee Pleads Guilty to Sexual Solicitation of a Child

Also, Medicaid Fraud unit prosecutes two health care workers in separate cases. The former athletic director at McKean High School in the Red Clay School District, Brian Budd, 34, of Columbus, NJ, has pled guilty to Sexual Solicitation of a Child. In July 2016, Budd solicited a 16-year-old student to allow him to engage in […]