2 women charged with Medicaid fraud
BATON ROUGE - Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell says a personal care attendant from New Orleans and one from Bastrop have been booked with unrelated charges of Medicaid fraud.
He says both 23-year-old Lakeiqua Green of New Orleans and 31-year-old Jolonda Huff of Bastrop are accused of submitting time-sheets claiming they cared for Medicaid patients at home when the patients were really hospitalized.
Caldwell says both were booked Monday into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.
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