Brooklyn Center Woman Charged in Medicaid Fraud Scheme
A Brooklyn Center woman is accused of being the ringleader of a Medicaid fraud scheme that involved eight people, many of whom live in the northwest suburbs.
The Minnesota Attorney General’s Office charged Trenea Davis, 46, of Brooklyn Center with 11 felony counts. According to the charges, Davis recruited friends and relatives to fake or exaggerate medical conditions to qualify them for personal care assistant services they never received.
The alleged fraud spanned five years, costing the state’s Medicaid program more than $860,000.
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