After a mix-up over an alleged escape, the Federal Bureau of Prisons soon will release a former Newport News investment broker back to home confinement.
The former owner of a home health care company in Portsmouth was sentenced Wednesday to one year in federal prison for her role in an $863,600 Medicaid fraud.
Daily Press, March 10, 2020: “Is former airport director Ken Spirito the leader or the ‘fall guy’? A jury is deciding his fate.”
Norfolk, VA (AP): “…The website was founded by drug trafficker Paul LeRoux, but Ryan’s attorney said his client didn’t know LeRoux’s connection to RX Limited until he read about him in The Virginian-Pilot. ‘He never met LeRoux,’ Trey Kelleter said of his client. ‘He didn’t know LeRoux existed.'”
The Virginian-Pilot, July 12, 2019: “A man who worked with then-state Del.Ron Villanueva to secure special government contracts for which their company didn’t qualify will serve one month in federal prison for his role in the scheme…Prosecutors asked for a sentence of 9 months to a year in prison.”
The Virginian-Pilot, July 26, 2019: “If not for the theft of more than $390,000 by a bookkeeper, a Civil War-era farmhouse in Virginia Beach turned upscale restaurant and bed and breakfast would still be in business, according to the owner.”