Federal Raids Include Home of CEO

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The FBI's investigation included the Carmel home of American Senior Communities CEO James Burkhart. The FBI's investigation included the Carmel home of American Senior Communities CEO James Burkhart.

Federal agents are conducting an investigation that includes the home of the chief executive officer of Indianapolis-based American Senior Communities. Our partners at WTHR-TV report the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other agencies conducted a series of raids throughout central Indiana that included James Burkhart's Carmel home and the company's headquarters.

The Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General and the U.S. Attorney Medicaid Fraud Control Unit are involved in the activities.

No arrests have been made and WTHR reports authorities say the raids involve an unspecified criminal matter.

The company's website lists more than 90 locations throughout Indiana and Kentucky.

You can connect to video of the raid from WTHR by clicking here.


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