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Las Vegas woman sentenced for Medicaid fraud

Posted at 11:33 AM, Sep 06, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-06 21:19:17-04
Nevada Attorney General Adam Paul Laxalt announced that Mamie Ree Hubbard-Washington, 73, of Las Vegas, was sentenced for Medicaid fraud.
The fraud was committed between April and August 2012.
Eighth Judicial District Court Judge Michelle Leavitt sentenced Hubbard-Washington to one count of conspiracy to submit false claims, a gross misdemeanor.
As a part of her sentence, Hubbard-Washington was ordered to serve a term of up to 364 days in prison and pay restitution of more than $1,200.
Additionally, Hubbard-Washington has been excluded from providing future Medicaid services.
The investigation began after the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU) discovered that Hubbard-Washington had submitted an application to Medicaid to be a provider of Medicaid services without disclosing a prior conviction for felony child abuse.
Failure to disclose this information is in violation of state and federal law.
To view the criminal Information for Hubbard-Washington, click here.