Attorney General Conway Announces Indictment & Arrest of Former Director of Caretaker Service
Attorney General Jack Conway and his Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Control Unit today announced that a former director of a Kentucky caretaker service has been indicted on charges involving forgery and fraud. On March 4, a Fayette County grand jury charged Cheron L. Miller, 35, with four counts of second-degree forgery and one count of defrauding the Kentucky Medicaid program, which are class D felonies. Miller was arrested today by an investigator with Attorney General Conway's Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Control Unit and the Lexington Police Dept.
- Date:March 24, 2014
- Agency:Kentucky Attorney General
- State Enforcement Agencies