A former business office employee at a West Virginia nursing home has been sentenced to 13 months in federal prison for embezzling more than $80,000, the U. S. Attorney's Office announced this week.
Nursing home CEO who spent Medicaid funds at strip clubs admits to stealing from employees' benefits accountsNovember 29, 2017
The former CEO of a Missouri nursing home who embezzled $667,000 in Medicaid funds from the facility for use on personal expenses also took money from workers' 401(k) and health benefits accounts, local reports say.
The former CEO of a shuttered Missouri skilled nursing facility has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for embezzling $667,000 in Medicaid funds and using it for personal expenses including strippers and a country club membership.
A 31-year bookkeeper for a Wisconsin nursing home received a 2½-year prison sentence and was ordered to repay $296,000 for siphoning funds from residents' insurance proceeds in a decade-long spree.
A former nursing home business office manager in Michigan has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $460,000 from residents.
The former business office manager of a Michigan nursing home has been charged with embezzling more than $460,000 from the resident trust fund, the state's attorney general announced last Thursday.
Federal authorities have agreed to a $1.2 million settlement that would bring a long and complex case of nursing home embezzlement to a close, according to news reports from Rhode Island.
A Wisconsin bookkeeper who worked at a nursing home for 31 years is suspected of garnering $850,000 in what authorities describe as a complex embezzlement scheme.
A former nursing home bookkeeper faces felony charges related to a long-running embezzlement scheme that authorities say was astonishingly complex.