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Mudar A.M. Ismail

Fugitive Status wanted
Charges Conspiracy to defraud the United States, Health care fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, and aiding and abetting
Known Associates Elsiddig H. Elfaki
Possible whereabouts Sudan
Amount of Arrears $550,000
Date of Birth May 28, 1970 (52 years old)
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Investigation Details

In March 2008, Osman E. Yousif, Amir Balla Elamin, Mudar A.M. Ismail, and Elsiddig H. Elfaki were indicted on charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States, health care fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, and aiding and abetting. According to the indictment, the co-conspirators were paid approximately $970,000 by Medicaid.

These co-conspirators created six ambulette companies in Youngstown, Ohio, that appeared to be distinct, separate companies. However, they acted as a single ambulette transportation company, sharing provider billing information, business and/or residential addresses, transportation services, patient lists, and money.

Yousif was the owner of ON Time Transportation, Elamin was the owner of Niles Transportation, Ismail was the owner of Nobility Express Transportation, and Elfaki was the owner of Townjet Transportation.

These co-conspirators allegedly shared or rotated Medicaid patients to create the impression that the patients were receiving ambulette transportation from different providers.

Ismail was convicted after a jury trial and sentenced. He fled before reporting to prison. Yousif, Elamin, and Elfaki fled prior to trial. All the co-conspirators remain at large.

  • Health Care Fraud
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