State's New Medicaid Fraud Unit Prosecutes First Case
BISMARCK, ND - The state's new Medicaid Fraud Control Unit has filed charges to begin prosecution of its first case, announced Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem. In January 2020, the Pembina County Sheriff's Office contacted the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) regarding an ongoing investigation into alleged theft of narcotics at a long-term care facility. The MFCU concluded the investigation, and Director Marina Spahr has filed felony charges in Pembina County District Court against Charlotte Kay Reilly, age 32, of Crystal, North Dakota, for theft of prescription medication and reckless endangerment.
- Date:April 13, 2020
- Agency:North Dakota Attorney General's Office
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