Gainesville Woman Could Face 20 Years in Prison if Convicted of Medicaid Fraud
GAINESVILLE - A Gainesville woman could be facing 20 years in prison...if she is found guilty of medicaid fraud and grand theft.
An investigation out of the attorney general's office says that Lakeisha Roberson was charging the state for medicaid services she never provided.
Her arrest warrant says she was the owener of Exceptional Life Care on SE 22nd Avenue in Gainesville.
Representatives from the state attorney's office allege that Roberson defrauded the state of at least $12,000.
Darry Lloyd, state attorney's office: "part of the investigation is getting those funds back that's part of the resolution."
A report filed by the state attorney's office lists the fraud as occuring from March of 2009 to February 2011.
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