AG Schwalb Announces Former MPD Officer Pleads Guilty to Time & Attendance Fraud Scheme

Attorney General Brian L. Schwalb and United States Attorney Matthew M. Graves announced that Medgar Webster Sr., 52, of Washington, DC, pleaded guilty in Superior Court to one count of first degree felony fraud for committing time and attendance fraud on the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) and the District of Columbia. This fraud prosecution is the result of a partnership between the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) and the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia (USAO), through which OAG has detailed a prosecutor to USAO to prosecute local public corruption cases.

AG Racine Releases Final 8-Year Report Showing Growth and Impact of the Office of the Attorney General Since 2015 lauren.massey 12/15/2022 - 10:33

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today released a new, comprehensive report highlighting the breadth of work of the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) over the past eight years.  

AG Racine Claws Back $750K in Misspent Nonprofit Funds From Trump Organization & Presidential Inaugural Committee

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced that the Trump Organization and Donald Trump’s Presidential Inaugural Committee (PIC) will be required to pay $750,000 to the District to resolve allegations that the PIC, the Trump International Hotel, and the Trump Organization illegally misused nonprofit funds to enrich the Trump family. Those funds will then be redirected to two nonpartisan nonprofit organizations – Mikva Challenge DC and DC Action – that promote civic engagement of youth in the District.

AG Racine Sues Home Health Care Agency for Defrauding District Medicaid Program of More than $3 Million

Attorney General Karl A. Racine today announced a lawsuit against Vizion One, a home health care provider, for defrauding the District’s Medicaid program of more than $3 million. In the lawsuit, the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) alleges that Vizion One engaged in an elaborate scheme to profit by submitting false Medicaid claims for at-home care that was not medically necessary, properly authorized, or actually provided.