A Mars man is facing charges as part of an alleged fraud scheme at a Beaver County-based pharmacy chain.
Federal officials have charged 47-year-old Gino Cordisco with one count of conspiracy.
Cordisco was the Vice President of Store Operations for Med-Fast Pharmacy. The company is accused of defrauding Medicare and Pennsylvania Medicaid by intentionally mislabeling and re-using old medication from nursing homes.
Several individuals and entities associated with Med-Fast have agreed to pay more than $2.5 million to the federal government as part of a settlement.
The owner of Med-Fast is Cranberry Township resident Douglas Kaleugher.