Female White-Collar Crime Divas-Mordern Day Thieves
Today’s Crime Diva, Lashondra Moore, 31 of Montgomery, Coffee County plead guilty to theft via filing false claims for cancer and neurological treatment, and acquiring a little over $13,000. She was sentenced to 32 months, but the sentence was suspended to five years probation penning she comes up with $10,000 within a month and at that time she will be able to apply for the five year probation to be changed to three years, and she must make payments on the remaining restitution.
I really don’t understand how this situation could have occurred. Does the insurance companies not require medical documentation directly from the doctors to verify that a person has cancer, along with scans showing where the cancer is located, and other important information. I can’t believe they do not have a check and balance system.
The Attorney General Luther Strange stated, “I am pleased that this defendant has been held to account for her crime and ordered to repay the money that she stole by claiming large payments for medical treatment that she neither needed nor received.”
Based on the outcome of this case and the fact that it could be handled without giving this woman prison time, which in my opinion was a better option for both her and taxpayers. She already has to deal with the fact that she will have a felon record and all the other negatives that’s associated with being viewed as a criminal.
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