Rexford Respiratory Therapist Sentenced To 12 Months And One Day For $1.4 Million Medicaid Fraud And $200,000 Tax Fraud
MISSOULA - A respiratory therapist from Rexford, Montana has been sentenced to 12 months and one day for defrauding Medicaid of over $1.4 million and filing tax returns that failed to report her correct income resulting in a tax loss of over $200,000. Anna Sue Tope, 67, was the vice president of Eagle Calf Technical Corporation (Eagle Calf), a company providing medical equipment and services on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Eagle Calf's clients in the Browning area are generally low-income patients eligible for Medicaid.
- Date:November 26, 2014
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
- Criminal and Civil Actions