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Non-Existent Job Allegedly Nets $9,000 Medicaid Fraud

A West Hartford man was arrested today and charged with concocting a scheme that netted him more than $9,000 in wages supposedly paid to a Norwich woman for a non-existent job she knew nothing about. Troy D. Williams, age 40, of 186 South Highland Street, West Hartford, was arrested by Inspectors from the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit in the Office of the Chief State's Attorney and charged with one count each of Larceny in the First Degree by Defrauding a Public Community, Forgery in the Second Degree and Insurance Fraud.


Action Details

  • Date:June 12, 2014
  • Agency:Connecticut State Attorney Office
  • Enforcement Types:
    • State Enforcement Agencies