Lawton Counselor Pleads No Contest to Medicaid Fraud Charges
OKLAHOMA CITY- Attorney General Scott Pruitt said a Lawton counselor pleaded no contest to Medicaid fraud and identity theft charges. Shannon Rose was charged in July 2013 by the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) and was sentenced this month to 180 days in the Oklahoma County jail and ordered to pay thousands in restitution. Rose, 47, a self-employed licensed alcohol and drug counselor fraudulently billed the Oklahoma Health Authority more than $83,000 for 914 services that were never provided.
- Date:July 21, 2014
- Agency:Oklahoma Attorney General
- State Enforcement Agencies