Metro Detroit pharmacy fraud scheme involved health care claims made for dead patients

Published April 9, 2019 0 Plays

Rumble Four defendants have been charged in connection with a fraud scheme where $48 million worth of health care claims were made for patients after they died. According to a criminal complaint, Mohamad Makki, 43, and Wansa Nabih Makki, 41, were charged with multiple health care fraud offenses. Mamoud Makki, 36 and Hossam Tanana, 53, husband of Wansa, were charged with laundering some of the proceeds in the health care fraud scheme.

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