Attorney General James Announces Arrest Of Two Physicians On Charges Of Health Care Fraud At Opioid Mill
NEW YORK-- Attorney General Letitia James today announced the arrest and arraignment of Ilya Smuglin, M.D., 50, of Rego Park, New York and Clarisse Clemons, M.D., 63, of Rockville Centre, New York for allegedly conspiring to operate an opioid mill and fraudulently billing Medicaid. Smuglin and Clemons are charged with Criminal Sale of a Prescription for a Controlled Substance or of a Controlled Substance by a Practitioner or Pharmacist, Health Care Fraud in the First Degree, and Conspiracy in the Fourth Degree.
- Date:May 6, 2019
- Agency:New Jersey Attorney General
- State Enforcement Agencies