Two Arkansas women arrested for Medicaid fraud worth $1,407.84 and $972

CRITTENDEN COUNTY (KATV) — Two Crittenden County women have been arrested on charges of Medicaid fraud.Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced the arrests Wednesday by the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.36-year-old Pamela Pollard, of Marion, and 38-year-old Lacasha Perry, of West Memphis, both face one count of Medicaid fraud.According to theAttorney General’s Office, Pollardis accused of billing for services not rendered from May to July 2014, totaling $1,407.84. She is being held on $2,500 bond.Marion PD helped with the arrest.Perry is accused of billing for services not rendered in July 2015, totaling $972. She was arrested after turning herself into theCrittenden County Detention Center.

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