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  • AG Hunter Signs Multi-State Letter Urging Federal Policy Changes to Expand MFCU Authority

    Recommendations would address residential abuse casesOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter signed a letter from the National Association of Attorneys General with 36 other states and the District of Columbia urging a change in federal policy to expand the ability of the Medicaid Fraud Control Units (MFCU) to investigate and prosecute Medicaid fraud, neglect and abuse cases, including those happening outside of state-operated facilities.The letter, sent to U.S. Department of...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Mike Hunter Charges Midwest City Man for Possession, Distribution of Child Porn

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter has charged Gerald Prindle, of Midwest City, with six felonies after an undercover investigation revealed he was in possession of and distributing child pornography.  Prindle, 39, is charged with four counts of distributing child pornography, one count of possessing child pornography and one count of violating the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act, all felonies.An undercover investigation by an agent with the Attorney General’s Of...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Files Charges on Ryan and Richard Tate

    OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter today filed eight felony charges and one misdemeanor charge against Ryan and Richard Tate for alleged fraudulent business practices the two conducted while operating their businesses, Tate Publishing and Tate Music Group.The charges include four felony counts of embezzlement, one felony count of attempted extortion by threat, two felony counts of extortion by threat, one felony count of racketeering and one misdemeanor count of embezzle...  Read More...

  • UPDATE: William Stephens, Owner of Tornado King Shelters, in Custody

    MUSKOGEE – Agents with Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter’s office arrested William Stephens, the owner of Tornado King Shelters, yesterday in Muskogee.Stephens is currently in the Muskogee County Jail awaiting transfer to Cleveland County, where the charges against him were filed on Monday.Attorney General Mike Hunter commended the quick action of the agents, who wasted no time tracking Stephens down.“I appreciate the agents for working around the clock to track Stephens do...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Hunter Files Charges on Tornado King

    William Stephens charged with seven felony counts of embezzlementOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter today announced the filing of seven felony counts of embezzlement against William Stephens, who owns Tornado King Shelters.After the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Unit received multiple complaints of alleged fraud against the Tornado King Shelters company, an investigation was launched into Stephens and his company.Throughout the course of the investigation, agents disc...  Read More...

  • Emergency Price Stabilization Act in Effect for All 77 Counties

    Attorney General Hunter cautions Oklahomans against price gouging OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter is reminding Oklahomans the Emergency Price Stabilization Act is in effect for all 77 counties, after the governor declared a state of emergency on Saturday, April 29.The price gouging statute prohibits an increase of more than 10 percent for the price of goods and services after a state of emergency has been declared. Additionally, the act allows the attorney genera...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Mike Hunter Reminds Oklahomans of National Take Back Day on Saturday

    DEA: Oklahoma ranked last in 2016 take back effortOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter is asking Oklahomans to participate in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take Back Day this Saturday, April 29.The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics has set up a location finder on its website for individuals to find the most convenient location to drop off expired or unused prescription drugs. To access the location finder, click here.In his continued...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Mike Hunter Announces Formation of the Oklahoma Commission on Opioid Abuse

    Commission aims to halt state's opioid epidemicOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter was joined by Sen. AJ Griffin and Rep. Tim Downing today at a press conference to announce legislation to form the Oklahoma Commission on Opioid Abuse.The commission will be created by Senate Concurrent Resolution 12, authored by Sen.   Read More...

  • Attorney General Mike Hunter Announces Formation of the Oklahoma Commission on Opioid Abuse

    Commission aims to halt state's opioid epidemicOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter was joined by Sen. AJ Griffin and Rep. Tim Downing today at a press conference to announce legislation to form the Oklahoma Commission on Opioid Abuse.The commission will be created by Senate Concurrent Resolution 12, authored by Sen.   Read More...

  • Attorney General Mike Hunter Announces Formation of the Oklahoma Commission on Opioid Abuse

    Commission aims to halt state's opioid epidemicOKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter was joined by Sen. AJ Griffin and Rep. Tim Downing today at a press conference to announce legislation to form the Oklahoma Commission on Opioid Abuse.The commission will be created by Senate Concurrent Resolution 12, authored by Sen.   Read More...

  • AG Commends Tulsa Police Department and other Law Enforcement Agencies on City-Wide Crime Sweep

    Successful operation assisted by AG's Safe Oklahoma Grant ProgramOKLAHOMA CITY – Today, Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter commended the Tulsa Police Department and other state and federal law enforcement agencies after a successful operation aimed at reducing violent crime.The four-day operation arrested dozens of violent criminals, seized weapons, drugs and served a multitude of warrants.The Tulsa Police Department is a recipient of the Safe Oklahoma Grant Program, which is awarded by the A...  Read More...

  • Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter Hosts Annual Consumer Protection Day

    U.S. Postal Inspection Services Operations Technician Named 2017 Consumer ChampionOKLAHOMA CITY – Today, Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter hosted the tenth annual Consumer Protection Day at the Attorney General’s Office to raise awareness about the importance of consumer protection and potential scams.Attorney General Hunter began the event speaking about the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Unit and the work being done within the office to protect Oklahomans. “Our small, efficien...  Read More...

  • Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter Statement on Oklahoma City Bombing Anniversary

    OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter released the following statement regarding the anniversary of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995. “On this day 22 years ago, our city, state and entire nation was changed forever when 168 people died and hundreds of others were left victimized by a senseless act of terrorism. “As we continue to remember those who lost their lives and pray for their loved ones, we also honor the heroic actions of t...  Read More...

  • Oklahoma Consumer Protection Week: AG's Office Working to Help Oklahomans Before and After Fraud

    By: Attorney General Mike HunterThis year, thousands of Oklahomans will be the target of a fraud or scam.Clever schemes using modern technology give scammers an unfair advantage to prey upon innocent victims.Whether it’s a scam involving unfair business practices, home repair fraud or an individual who becomes the victim of an online phishing scam, it happens to our neighbors, friends and loved ones. Unfortunately, there is no way to completely prevent fraud from happening.However, work being do...  Read More...

  • AG Hunter Charges Man for Possessing Child Pornography, Violating Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act

    OKLAHOMA CITY  — Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter has charged a Guthrie man with five felonies for possessing child pornography and violating the state’s Computer Crimes Act.Enrique Segura, 36, of Guthrie, has been charged with two counts of aggravated possession of child pornography, two counts of possession of child pornography and being in violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act.An undercover investigation began after agents with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSB...  Read More...

  • AG Hunter to Host Employment Law Conference in Tulsa

    April 5, 2017 at the OSU-Tulsa Conference CenterOKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Mike Hunter and the Office of Civil Rights Enforcement (OCRE) will host a free education and training conference on Wednesday, April 5, 2017, at the OSU-Tulsa Conference Center.The day-long conference will focus on employment law and offers attorneys, human resource professionals, EEO managers, large and small businesses, union officials and the general public the resources needed to understand the rights related to...  Read More...

  • AG Hunter Announces Staff Appointments

    Wednesday, March 15, 2017Names Solicitor General, Senior Deputy and Head of Tulsa OfficeOKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Mike Hunter announced three new executive staff appointments on Wednesday: Mithun Mansinghani as Solicitor General, Tom Gruber as Senior Deputy Attorney General and Joy Mohorovicic as Managing Attorney of the Tulsa office.“Mithun, Tom and Joy will each serve the State of Oklahoma well,” Attorney General Hunter said. “Each is uniquely qualified for their respective position and...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Mike Hunter Announces Guilty Plea in Medicaid Fraud Case

    Friday, March 3, 2017OKLAHOMA CITY – The owner of a behavior health counseling service pleaded guilty to multiple counts of Medicaid fraud following charges brought by the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office.Dennis Ray Blackman, 61, of Atoka, owned and operated Atoka Counseling Service, a company providing behavior health counseling services in Atoka, McAlester, and Poteau, Oklahoma. Blackman was also a licensed professional counselor and alcohol and drug counselor. Blackman is alleged to have su...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Mike Hunter Announces Embezzlement Charges Involving Cemetery Monuments

    Business Owners Charged with 14 Felony CountsOKLAHOMA CITY – Attorney General Mike Hunter on Thursday announced embezzlement charges alleging that customers were defrauded of money intended for construction of cemetery monuments.After receiving several complaints, the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Unit conducted an investigation which showed Ernest Don Parsons of Howe, 37, and Billy Don Parsons of Ringold, 74, individually or through their business, Ernest Monuments, LLC, purportedly fa...  Read More...

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