Posted: Feb 15, 2012 6:57 AM
Updated: Feb 15, 2012 6:57 AM
Source: Associated Press
BATON ROUGE - A Prairieville man who owns a personal care business has been indicted on charges he conspired to forge CPR and First Aid training certification documents for his employees.
State Attorney General Buddy Caldwell's office says 43-year-old Dwaine Woods and his company, Millennium Health Care Services, were indicted last week on charges that include conspiracy to commit forgery.
His wife, 40-year-old Dynetta Hadrick Woods, also was charged with conspiracy.
Millennium submitted more than $10 million in bills to the state's Medicaid program between 2006 and 2010.
Caldwell's office said Tuesday that Woods and his wife conspired to forge certification cards for 19 Millennium employees who never got the necessary training, which was required of personal care attendants.