PRESIDENT OF ALPHA OMEGA HEALTH SOLUTIONS
PLEADS GUILTY TO FORGERY
Memphis, Tenn - Zoneke Thomas, age 35, of Bartlett, Tennessee, entered a guilty plea to one count
information before U.S. District Court Judge S. Thomas Anderson, announced Edward L. Stanton, III,
United States Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee, and Rick Harlow, Special Agent in Charge
of the Memphis Field Office of the United States Secret Service.
According to the statement of facts made by Assistant United States Attorney Carroll L. Andre III to U.S.
District Judge S. Thomas Anderson, Thomas, the president and owner of Alpha Omega Health Solutions,
LLC, provided bookkeeping services to Dr. Bianca Sweeten, Ethlyn Williams-Neal, M.D., and Gail
Gossett, M.D., who practiced together under the name “Comprehensive Medical Group” (CMG). In
November 2010, Dr. Sweeten reported to law enforcement that Thomas had embezzled funds from
Comprehensive Medical Group. An independent investigation was conducted by Special Agents from the
United States Secret Service. The investigation determined that between approximately August 2007 and
November 2010, Thomas had stolen approximately $260,000 by forging endorsements on insurance
checks made payable to the three physicians and depositing the forged checks to accounts maintained by
Thomas at First Tennessee Bank and Regions Bank.
The charge to which Thomas pleaded guilty carries a maximum penalty of up to 10 years imprisonment
and a fine of $250,000.
A sentencing hearing is currently scheduled for August 30, 2011 at 1:30 p.m. before U.S. District Court
Judge S. Thomas Anderson.
This case was investigated by the United States Secret Service and prosecuted by Assistant United
States Attorney Carroll L. Andre III.
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