Ruston woman charged with Medicaid fraud
A Ruston woman has been arrested on charges of Medicaid fraud.
Amanda Hollins, 31, was arrested Tuesday by the Louisiana Attorney General’s office on four counts of submitting timesheets and service logs for services not rendered.
The alleged infractions took place between August 2015 and March 2016 at the Center for Children and Families in Monroe, where Hollins was a therapist, a spokesperson for Attorney General Jeff Landry said Wednesday.
The Center for Children and Families is a nonprofit child advocacy organization and is a licensed Medicaid provider.