Former Community Health Clinic CFO Involved in Complicated Scheme to Defraud the Government Sentenced to 17 Years in Prison
BIRMINGHAM - A federal judge today sentenced the former chief financial officer of an Alabama non-profit health clinic for the poor and homeless to 17 years in prison for a complicated scheme to defraud millions of dollars from two non-profit health clinics and the federal government health agencies that provided most of their funding, and for a separate scheme to defraud a life insurance company that involved identity theft against a physician.
- Date:August 10, 2016
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
- Criminal and Civil Actions