Four Central Residents Arrested for Medicaid Fraud
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Attorney General Pam Bondi's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, the Apopka Police Department, and the Winter Springs Police Department today arrested Anayanzi Carrington-Simpson, Danyel Hancock, Shanqual Marshall-Gunn, and Kristina Mineo for Medicaid fraud. The defendants were employed by Second Chances TCM, Inc. and allegedly billed the Medicaid program for more than $47,000 worth of targeted case management services that were fraudulent or not authorized. Targeted case management service providers (TCMs) are intended to assist Medicaid recipients who have a persistent and serious mental health disorder by linking them to community resources. According to the investigation, Marshall-Gunn, the owner of Second Chances TCM, Inc., paid kick backs to employees and clients for referrals. Carrington-Simpson, Hancock, Marshall-Gunn, and Mineo allegedly submitted claims for unauthorized services, duplicative services, and services which were not provided.
- Date:September 5, 2014
- Agency:Florida Attorney General
- State Enforcement Agencies