NEW ORLEANS (AP) A person convicted in a multi-million greenback well being care fraud scheme in 2013 now faces federal expenses together with 4 different males within the 2012 slaying of a witness within the case.
Federal prosecutors introduced the indictments Wednesday of sixty eight-yr-previous Louis Age Jr., Age’s son, and three others. The August indictment was unsealed Tuesday.
One of many co-defendants, 23-yr-previous Stanton Guillory, has pleaded not responsible. Courtroom appearances have been pending for the others Wednesday.
Prosecutors say the sufferer was 60-yr-previous Milton Womack. He was shot to demise in New Orleans in July 2012.
Regardless of the witness’ demise, Age later was convicted in a $17 million fraud scheme. Now, Age and the 4 others face costs that embrace “conspiracy to impede justice by homicide.”
Every faces a attainable dying sentence.