Another arrest has been produced Medicaid scams in Jeanerette.
According to the Louisiana Attorney General’s workplace, King Ellis, 33, of Jeanerette, was detained on 4 charges of Medicaid scams. Ellis presumably sent time sheets at Jaba Enterprises for services not rendered.
Jeanerette Mayor Aprill Foulcard is among 4 signed up representatives with the company, according to the Secretary of State’s Office.
Attorney general of the United States Jeff Landry’s workplace made the arrest. He was scheduled into the Lafayette Parish prison.
Ellis pleaded guilty in March to automobile murder about a crash that eliminated a current high school graduate.
In May 2015, Ellis was detained after a three-vehicle crash on U.S. 90. Ellis was reserved with automobile murder and implicated of owning intoxicated and on the incorrect way on U.S. 90.
Jordan Prince, 18, was noticeable dead at the scene of the mishap.
According to records at the Iberia Parish Courthouse, Ellis was offered credit for time served since his arrest in 2015. He was sentenced to 15 years in jail, with 7 suspended. 5 years of his sentence is to be served without the advantage of parole, probation or suspension of sentence.
He remained in prison in Iberia Parish for that charge when he was detained today for the Medicaid scams charge.