Two are indicted in scheme involving ACS, CVS, Medicare information and TurboTax

A woman who was employed by Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) and an alleged accomplice have been indicted on charges related to a tax fraud scheme involving Medicare participants.

Tanyqua Latrice Oliver was an employee of ACS in Lexington last year when the company was contracted by CVS to handle calls related to the Medicare Part D prescription plan. She collected personal information from the calls, according to the U.S. District Court indictment.

She then provided the information to Jabari Nakeem Cowart, who used to information to file false tax returns using the software program TurboTax, the indictment said.

The pair face wire-fraud and other charges in connection with filing six false returns and misusing others' identities. The charges could result in a maximum sentence of 20 years and a $250,000 fine.