JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A 31-year-old Louisville woman is going to prison for Medicaid fraud.
Attorney General Jim Hood, in a news release Tuesday, said Labeatris Estes pleaded guilty to two counts of Medicaid fraud before Rankin County Circuit Court Judge William E. Chapman, III.
Hood’s office says Estes claimed to be providing services to a Medicaid beneficiary; however, those services were not provided. She submitted more than $10,000 in claims for home and community services to Southern Healthcare for work never performed.
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