ATLANTA BUSINESS OWNER PLEADS GUILTY

ATLANTA - Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker announced that Atlanta business owner Daryl Solomon today entered a plea of guilty in DeKalb County Superior Court to Medicaid fraud and conspiracy to defraud the state.

MACON PSYCHIATRIST PLEADS GUILTY

ATLANTA - Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker announced today that on Monday, June 22, 1998, Macon psychiatrist Patricia Maynard entered a plea of guilty in Bibb County Superior Court to Medicaid fraud and tax evasion. Senior Judge L. A.

INFORMATION ON THE SCHEDULED EXECUTION OF DAVID LOOMIS CARGILL

Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker offers the following information in the case against David Loomis Cargill, who is currently scheduled to be executed after 7:00 p.m., on Tuesday, June 9, 1998.

Scheduled Execution

ATTORNEY GENERAL ANNOUNCES INDICTMENT OF FORMER STATE SECURITIES INVESTIGATOR

Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker announced today that a grand jury in Tift County handed down a two-count indictment on Monday charging Jerry W. Hope of Lamar County, Georgia, with bribery and violation of his oath of office. Mr.

ATTORNEY GENERAL ANNOUNCED SENTENCES ON DEKALB MEDICAID FRAUD DEFENDANTS

Georgia Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker announced today that Dr. Lester Bullard, a DeKalb County physician, received a fifteen-year sentence for felony convictions for Medicaid fraud and false writing. Dr.

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S CONSUMER PROTECTION BILL SIGNED INTO LAW BY GOVERNOR

Atlanta- Governor Zell Miller signed into law today the Personal Financial Security Act proposed by Attorney General Thurbert Baker during the 1998 session of the General Assembly.

BAKER ANNOUNCES FELONY MEDICAID FRAUD CONVICTIONS IN DEKALB COUNTY

Attorney General Thurbert Baker announced today that a DeKalb County jury returned felony convictions against three DeKalb County residents for Medicaid fraud.

ATTORNEY GENERAL OBTAINS GUILTY PLEA OF GAINESVILLE DOCTOR FOR MEDICAID FRAUD

Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker announced today that on Monday, March 9, 1998, Sharon Hinkson, a Gainesville physician, entered a plea of guilty to felony charges of Medicaid fraud and theft by taking. Senior Judge Rufe McCombs sentenced Dr.

ATTORNEY GENERAL OBTAINS FELONY CONVICTION IN TIMBER FRAUD CASE

Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker announced today that a jury in Henry County, Georgia deliberated approximately two and one-half hours Friday before finding Jeffrey R. Grant guilty on five felony counts, including three counts of forgery and two counts of theft by deception. Mr.

ATTORNEY GENERAL OBTAINS 30-YEAR SENTENCE IN MEDICAID FRAUD CASE

Attorney General Thurbert E. Baker announced today that on Thursday, February 19, 1998, a Rockdale County jury convicted Kevin Carithers of four felony counts of Medicaid fraud. Carithers operated a business known as Sikes Development Center in Conyers.