PAINTSVILLE, Ky. (FOX 56) — According to the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, a search warrant was executed Wednesday morning at Appalachian Family Medicine in Paintsville.

Officials said the Lexington DEA Office assisted the sheriff’s office in the warrant.

“Due to the nature of the ongoing case, no specific information can be released at this time,” said Johnson County Sheriff’s Office.

According to the family practice’s website, it lists Don V Bryson MD as a medical consultant at the facility.

A news release from the Eastern District of Kentucky U.S. Attorney’s Office dated Nov. 13, 2013, stated Bryson “agreed to pay the U.S. Government $200,000 to settle civil allegations that he improperly billed federal health care programs and failed to maintain documentation required to support reimbursement payments.”

Furthermore, the release said Bryson submitted claims for reimbursement of patient services he “failed to properly authorize or oversee.”

Bryson also agreed to surrender his medical license in June 2012, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.