Alex Campbell ran the Day and Night Spa in Mt. Prospect. The Justice Department announced today he has been sentenced for sex-trafficking, forced labor and harboring illegal aliens, among other charges.
U.S. Department Of Justice
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Monday, November 26, 2012
Alex Campbell ran the Day and Night Spa in Mt. Prospect. The Justice Department announced Monday he has been sentenced for sex-trafficking, forced labor and harboring illegal aliens, among other charges.
Alex Campbell, a former Glenview resident and Mt. Prospect massage parlor owner, was sentenced to life in prison Monday for sex-trafficking, forced labor, harboring illegal aliens, confiscating passports to further forced labor and extorting four foreign women whom he mentally and physically abused while forcing them to work for him, the U.S. Attorney’s Office and Justice Department announced Monday. “The seriousness of Campbell’s crimes cannot be overstated, nor could the government put into words the magnitude of harm or the life-altering consequences of Campbell’s actions," prosecutors argued in urging a life sentence, according to a press release from the Justice Department. "An evaluation of the seriousness of what Campbell has done…
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Three area men are accused of stealing more than $18 million from insurance companies since 1999.
Neelesh Patel of Glenview and Steven Paul of Northbrook are on the line for allegedly defrauding private health insurance companies out of millions of dollars, according to an indictment announced earlier this week. Their partner, Bradley Mattson of Lake Forest, is also charged with fraud. The men are among 91 defendants charged across the country for submitting $295 million in false billing to Medicare and private insurance companies. Patel, Paul and Mattson owned suburban clinics that provided chiropractic, medical and physical therapy services, and now face a 23-count indictment, officials said. If convicted, the men could face up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 maximum fine for the health care fraud. The partners owned and …