Owner of counseling service accused of providing false records
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- The owner of a counseling service in Henderson is accused of providing false attendance records for court-ordered sessions.
51-year-old Dana Brown of Las Vegas was arrested last week. Police said he took money in exchange for filing false attendance records for domestic violence counseling sessions.
Brown is the owner of Diagnosticare.
Police said they nabbed Brown during an undercover investigation. An undercover detective contacted Brown, saying he needed to complete court-ordered counseling. He paid for all of the classes. Brown then allegedly told the Henderson Municipal Court that the detective had completed all nine sessions, when in reality he didn't attend any.
Brown was booked at the Henderson Detention Center last Wednesday. He faces three counts of forgery and three counts of offering false instrument for filing or record.
Brown is scheduled to appear in court next Thursday.