Hamtramck Woman Charged With 11 Felonies in Medicaid Fraud Scheme

Hamtramck (WWJ)– A 40-year-old Hamtramck female is dealing with a list of charges for her supposed function in a Medicaid scams plan.

Julianna Trzin is charged with 6 counts Medicaid scams, 3 counts of incorrect pretenses, and one count each of embezzlement from a susceptible grownup and continuing criminal business for supposedly poorly billing the Medicaid program and stealing payments planned for clients.

At the time of her arrest, Trizin was also in belongings of cocaine and a surcharge of ownership of fewer than 25 grams of a schedule 1 drug was submitted.

” Medicaid is developed to be there for households when they need it one of the most. Those who take from Medicaid are taking from Michigan’s most clingy households,” Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette stated in a declaration.

An examination into Trzin was introduced when the Clawson Police Department called the state after getting a problem from Trzin’s company, Cambridge North Healthcare Center, that money payments made to the center on behalf of citizens were not being participated in the center’s receivables journal.

Subsequent examination exposed proof that Trzin, who was accountable for accepting payments on behalf of clients, apparently kept the money payments. It is even more declared that Trzin poorly billed Medicaid over $600,000 from 2011 to 2016 to cover the losses and avoid earlier detection of the plan.

Trzin was launched on bond and is due in court on October 16 to be arraigned on the charges.