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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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Redcliffe home brings the outdoors in

first_imgThe open-plan living area opens to the back patio.“The open plan kitchen that flows out onto the alfresco area because it’s just glass sliding doors that open the whole thing up,” he said.“So we put a really big pool in and an outdoor covered area around the pool, as well for the hotter days … and plenty of grass.”He says the backyard is his favourite place.Mr Piper said they would miss living in the friendly Clontarf community, but new adventures awaited them.“It’s time for us to move on and do other things.” The property is being marketed by Frank De Raadt from Kindred real estate agency. The home at 171 Duffield Rd, Clontarf“It was a mad rush to get the Christmas tree up,” says Mark Piper about moving into their just-built house in December 2015.But they made the deadline and got to enjoy the festive season in their new home.“You put a lot of time and effort into getting it right,” he said.Fast forward two years and Mr Piper, his wife, Bec, and their three daughters have an opportunity to travel overseas, so it’s time to move on and let the next family enjoy this holiday-at-home residence.Mr Piper said the home at 171 Duffield Rd, Clontarf will appeal to buyers who appreciate the great outdoors. The home at 171 Duffield Rd, Clontarf“We wanted to make a private family retreat where you can do all your entertaining under the roof,” he said.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019“That’s why we put in a big alfresco.”Mr Piper said they also wanted comfortable living, so they included modern conveniences and beautiful fittings.“Stone benchtops on every surface, European appliances all built in … coffee machine, wine cooler, high ceilings and ducted air conditioning.”He said when visitors strolled through, they loved the finishes, but it was the indoor/outdoor layout that impressed the most.last_img read more