Two Hinds County Women Charged with Medicaid Fraud

Two Hinds County women were charged with Medicaid fraud and conspiracy to commit Medicaid fraud, Attorney General Jim Hood announced today.
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Jackson Woman Indicted for Second Time for Exploitation of Vulnerable Person

JACKSON – A Jackson woman indicted last September for felony exploitation of a vulnerable person has been indicted again for exploitation
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12 Illegal Immigrants Arrested for Fraudulent Use of Identity and Violating the Mississippi Employment Protection Act

Attorney General Jim Hood announced today that 12 undocumented immigrants working for a Flora-based construction company were arrested this week for
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Tunica Man Going to Prison for False Pretense

Chester Island, 25, of Tunica, is going to prison for stealing more than $27,000 from his father’s retirement account, announced Attorney
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Undocumented Raymond Worker Convicted of Identity Fraud

Irvin Efrahin Mejia-Saavedra, 27, an undocumented worker and citizen of Honduras, has been convicted by a Hinds County jury for fraudulent
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Irvin Mejia-Saavedra

Madison Resident Arrested for Identity Theft and Medicaid Fraud

Brenda Faye Mason, 50, of Madison, has been arrested and faces charges for Medicaid fraud and identity theft, announced Attorney General
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Former Moss Point Caregiver Going to Prison for Felony Exploitation of a Vulnerable Person and Forgery

Patricia Joy Harris, 32, of Moss Point, is going to prison after pleading guilty to felony exploitation of a vulnerable person
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Cleveland Resident Arrested for Wire and Computer Fraud

Farrah Randle, 34, of Cleveland, has been arrested for a wire and computer fraud scheme to acquire approximately $54,000 in
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Tupelo Resident Assistant Arrested for Possession of Controlled Substance

Angela Sweat, 37, of Tupelo, has been arrested for alleged possession of a controlled substance, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today.
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Two Harrison County Sisters Indicted for Workers Compensation Fraud

Two Harrison County sisters have been indicted on multiple charges of workers compensation fraud, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today. Read More
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