New Leipzig man sentenced for Medicaid fraud
BISMARCK — A New Leipzig man was sentenced to six months probation Monday in a Medicaid fraud case.
Donald Hochhalter, 65, falsely understated his mother’s assets when filling out a Medicaid assistance application with the North Dakota Department of Human Services in February 2009, according to a release from North Dakota U.S. Attorney Tim Purdon’s office.
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