The federal attorneys who filed the forfeiture request cited several real estate properties, including two upscale houses in Los Angeles, a 10,000 square-foot manor in Moreland Hills’ Mountain View Drive, and four properties located in South Euclid. Other assets in the breakdown were $2.2 million in cash, a 1996 Porsche 911 Turbo, several high-priced watches, a boat, and a bar of gold. Based on the report, these assets were allegedly bought from the gains of the drug trafficking scheme.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio announced the return of a 28-count indictment charging the owner of a mental-health nonprofit organization and eight of his employees for their alleged roles in a multi-million dollar scheme to defraud Medicaid.
Named in the indictment are: Alfonzo D. Bailey, 38, of Cleveland, OH; David Brown, 39, of Maple Heights, OH; Valerie White, 51, of Columbus, OH; Sandra Wilson, 52, of Cleveland, OH; Cheria Oliver, 31, of Canal Winchester, OH; Charchee Tucker, 43, of Warrensville Heights, OH; Allen Steel, 38, of Parma, OH; Kamelah Ganaway, 43, Macedonia, OH; and Tremayne Kellom, 41, of Cleveland, OH. A court docket lists attorneys for only Tucker and Wilson. It is unclear if the other defendants have acquired legal representation.