New Jersey News: CAMDEN, Seven People Charged in $50 Million Health Care Fraud Conspiracy Targeting State Health Benefits Programs

New Jersey News: CAMDEN, Seven People Charged in $50 Million Health Care Fraud Conspiracy Targeting State Health Benefits Programs

CAMDEN, N.J. (STL.News) – A federal grand jury has returned a 50-count indictment charging seven people with defrauding New Jersey state health benefits programs and other insurers out of more than $50 million by submitting fraudulent claims for medically unnecessary prescriptions, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced today.

William Hickman, 42, Sara Hickman, 42, Thomas Schallus, 42, Thomas Sher, 46, all of Northfield, New Jersey, Brian Pugh, 41, of Absecon, New Jersey, John Sher, 37, of Margate City, New Jersey, and Christopher Broccoli, 47, of West Deptford, New Jersey, were all charged with conspiracy to commit health care fraud and wire fraud and with individual acts of health care fraud and wire fraud.

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