Chester Man Admits Role In $4 Million Healthcare Fraud

NORTH JERSEY — A Chester man pleaded guilty on Thursday to his involvement in a healthcare fraud operation, when he and another man from New York admitted to a federal judge they defrauded a union fund in excess of $4 million in benefits.

Alan Ajamian, 68 – along with James Maginn, 64, of Bellrose, N.Y. – pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud during a videoconference hearing with U.S. District Judge Madeline Cox Arleo.

Two others were charged with conspiracy in August 2020, Benjamin Iskhakov and Omawattie Dayaram, with their charges still pending.

Ajamian and Maginn could each serve up to a decade in prison and pay a $250,000 fine.

Source: Chester Man Admits Role In $4 Million Healthcare Fraud / Patch

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