From left to right: Lynette Dowell, 45, Kishawn Holmes, 45, Djuana Richard, 51, and Joseph Richardson, 45, were arrested by Attorney General Jeff Landry’s office on suspicion that they each committed Medicaid fraud.
(Louisiana Department of Justice)
Three New Orleans residents have been arrested in Baton Rouge on suspicion of Medicaid fraud, Attorney General Jeff Landy’s office announced Monday (Nov. 7).
All aged 45-years old, the arrestees are accused of seeking fraudulent claims for providing medical services. The attorney general’s office did not indicate whether the three New Orleans residents and a fourth person arrested, from Independence, were related cases. All four were booked into East Baton Rouge Parish jail.
Their alleged offenses were listed in a news release from the attorney general’s office:
New Orleans residents Joseph Richardson, 45, and Lynette Dowell, 45, were both arrested on two counts of Medicaid fraud for allegedly causing the presentation, for payments, of false or fraudulent claims …
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