Lincoln man ordered to pay over $21K after pleading no contest to Medicaid fraud charge

PETER F. NERONHA, R.I. attorney general / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
R.I. ATTORNEY GENERAL PETER F. announced that a Lincoln resident was was ordered to repay nearly $21,800 in restitution related to charges that stemmed from his falsifying of timecards and bank records when he worked as a manager at a group home for adults with developmental disabilities. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
PROVIDENCE - Brian Mooney, of Lincoln, was ordered to repay nearly $21,800 in restitution after pleading no contest to charges that alleged he falsified timecards and bank records when he worked as a manager at a group home for adults with developmental disabilities, Attorney General Peter F. Neronha announced Tuesday. Mooney appeared in Kent County…

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