Kim Seltzer, a former employee of The Medical Care Group, already pleaded guilty last year to workers’ compensation fraud, tampering with records and drug trafficking.
Seltzer is currently serving a 51-month sentence at the Mansfield Correctional Institution.
Throughout his career, applying insight, initiative and perseverance, Eric has significantly contributed to the department’s success. He and his co-recipients met criteria including: developed trend-setting initiatives, created an original idea or uniquely adapted an existing program, process or concept, which resulted in a long term benefit to the department; developed new work methods that reduced waste or stretched resources; and provided creative suggestions that saved the department time or money.
A Cincinnati woman who stole her disabled mother’s workers’ compensation benefits to support her drug habit must pay $26,170 in restitution to her mother and the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC), a Hamilton County Common Pleas judge ruled Sept. She must serve five years probation, submit to random drug screenings and serve 18 months in prison if she fails a drug screening or terms of her probation.
Jessee, 48, also must serve 180 days in the Hamilton County Justice Center’s extended drug treatment program for women, minus 72 days credit for time already served.
This employment conflicted consistently with BWC benefits she received from August 2010 through November 2014.
A Cleveland doctor and the former co-owner of his practice were indicted Oct.
By Jeff Baker, Program Administrator, BWC Special Investigations Department Members of the Special Investigations Department (SID) congratulate Eric Brown. 17, 2016, Eric was promoted to special agent in charge (SAC) of the intelligence unit (IU) and the safety violations investigation unit (SVIU).