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Caregiver and his employer charged with Medicaid fraud

first_imgA joint investigation by the Vermont Attorney General’s Office and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Inspector General, has resulted in a caregiver and his employer being charged with billing Vermont Medicaid for services that were never provided. Attorney General William H. Sorrell announced today that Donald Crawford, age 48, of Bellows Falls, Vermont, and Jessica Kingsbury, 33, were each arraigned on September 28, 2010, in Vermont Superior Court, Criminal Division, Windsor County, on one felony count of Medicaid Fraud.According to papers filed in court, Mr. Crawford is accused of invoicing ARIS Solutions, the agency that processes timesheets for Vermont Medicaid waiver services, for services that were not provided, resulting in payment to him in an amount of $14,769.04 from the Vermont Medicaid Program. Ms. Kingsbury is accused of aiding and abetting Mr. Crawford in the filing of the fraudulent invoicing. Both parties each face a potential fine of up to $1,000.00 or an amount equal to twice the amount of payments obtained, or up to ten years in prison, or both. The court imposed standard conditions of release that govern the parties’ conduct while their cases are pending.Source: Attorney General, September 29, 2010last_img read more

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Juniors of Sarajevo the new champion of BiH

first_imgJunior football team of Sarajevo have won the title of champion of BIH by defeating Zvijezda Gradačac with 1:0 in the 26th round at the Banja Ilidža Stadium, reports sportsport.baTeam of Sarajevo: Emir Plakalo, Čomaga, Čulov, Mustedanagić, Mujkić, Zukić, Kapić, Rešidović, Muharemović, Čiva i PlakaloTeam of Zvijezda: Kurbašić, Bjelić, Perić, Isanović, Fačić, Sendić, Mešić, Osmanović, Đonlić, Brkić, Nuhanović.Sarajevo has four more point than the second ranked team Željezničar, and Zvijezda is placed 8.last_img read more