This FBI says this surveillance photo shows Eric Conn at a gas station in New Mexico.
"Now that he has been captured, it does in an unusual way help our ability to try to collect the $31 million judgment his former clients have against Mr. Conn".
Hess told reporters Tuesday the Federal Bureau of Investigation had worked with about a dozen agencies to bring Conn to justice.
Conn, of Pikeville, Kentucky, participated in a scheme between 2004 and 2016 that involved submitting thousands of falsified medical documents to the U.S. Social Security Administration, U.S. prosecutors have said.
Conn was a flamboyant attorney known for his billboards and TV ads across Kentucky.
The disgraced Lexington lawyer had been on the run since June 2, when he cut off and ditched his Global Positioning System ankle monitor along Interstate 75, days before he was scheduled to testify against a co-defendant and be sentenced for his role in a $550 million fraud investigation.
He was on an approved release in Lexington in June to prepare for his testimony in Adkins' trial when he cut off his electronic ankle security monitor, which was found on Interstate 65.
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