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Ambulance Operator-$2.4 Million Fraud


Wow, when you see those life saving ambulances speeding pass you fraud is the last thing that comes to mind. But, true to being a Crimediva, this owner-operator crossed the line and started milking the Medicare program for big bucks that was, until she got caught. Ladies, it’s like Newton’s law of gravity, at some point it’s going to happen–that is, you’re going to get caught.

Today’s bad girl Crimediva, Gwendolyn Climmons-Johnson, 54, of Houston, TX was convicted by a federal jury, [When you go to trial and you lose it’s like playing dice with the devil-they give you all the time they can.] of one count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and four counts of health care fraud and was sentenced to serve 97 months in prison, serve three years of supervised release and ordered to pay $972,132 in restitution.

According to records, Ms. Climmons-Johnson ran a non-emergency ambulance service in the Houston area and from January 2010 through December 2011 she and others  submitted false and fraudulently claims to Medicare for ambulance services that were medically unnecessary, or not provided. Ms. Climmons-Johnson ran the day-to-day operations, submitted, and collected approximately $2.4 million claims.

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2 comments on “Ambulance Operator-$2.4 Million Fraud

  1. The Felonious PhD.

    Having witnessed the destruction of lives by accusations of INTENT to defraud, I always ask myself FIRST…what were the real circumstances? There are many white collar stories of women who made legitimate mistakes, and especially when it comes to the convoluted Medicaid/Medicare billing system. There is inconsistency in laws and prevalent practices that can hardly be deciphered. The question of INTENT is not truly provable, you can never know ones heart, yet when going to trial prosecutors paint pictures that are often exaggeration of facts and defenders have hands tied to prove otherwise. Not to say that there aren’t many who are guilty, but I dare say if the indicted is willing to go to trial, knowing the slim chances of a fair trial or actual jury of their peers that they truly are not guilty of the INTENT to “plan and scheme” to defraud the government. My advice, is do NO business with the government, because they will catch you in a net that may be intended for someone else when you never had any intention to break the law. Thus, plea deals, and desperate guilty pleas, which offer leniency are the prevailing way to save a piece of your future, even if one never intended to commit the crimes the over zealous government must paint the picture of. Just my opinion.

    • crimedivas

      Thank you for your opinion. The statement “must paint the picture of.” I believe it is a choice they chose to do; more often it is for the sole purpose of a career move and has very little to do with justice.

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