2 Texans face health care fraud counts linked to US military

DALLAS — Two North Texas men face health care-related fraud charges that prosecutors say cost a U.S. Defense Department agency $65 million.

Richard Robert Cesario of Plano and John Paul Cooper of Southlake remained in custody pending a detention hearing Tuesday in Dallas.

Both were arrested Tuesday on charges of conspiracy to commit health care fraud, receipt of illegal remuneration and payment of illegal remuneration.

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