Two Zanesville men have been sentenced in connection with a Coshocton pharmacy healthcare fraud case.
Ohio Attorney General Mike Dewine says Douglas Bolden and James Ireland were employed by Three Rivers Infusion and Pharmacy Specialists in Coshocton.
Bolden was sentenced to two months in prison and fined $131,043.75.
Ireland was also sentenced to two months in prison and fined nearly $16,933.63.
The Company's owner Barbara Miller is a co-defendant in the case who pleaded guilty earlier this month and will be sentenced in December.
Dewine says the scheme took between $1 million and $2.5 million from state, federal and private medical insurance companies through fraudulent billing practices.