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TWO WOMEN ARRESTED FOR TENNCARE FRAUD

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The Tennessee Office of the Inspector General (OIG) arrested and charged two women in separate cases of TennCare fraud in McMinn and Rhea County yesterday (Friday, July 21, 2017). The OIG arrested 41-year-old Marsha Coram of Riceville, Tennessee and charged her with four counts of TennCare fraud to doctor shop for the painkillers Norco (a form of hydrocodone), Tramadol, and Tylenol with Codeine. The McMinn County Sheriff’s Office assisted the OIG in Coram’s arrest. The OIG also arrested 58-year-old Juanita Crombie of Spring City, Tennessee and charged her with three counts of TennCare fraud to doctor shop for the painkillers Demerol, Morpine, and Dilaudid (also known as hydromorphone). All three drugs are opioids. The Rhea County Sheriff’s Office assisted the OIG in Crombie’s arrest.

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