Texas woman admits to laundering money in health care fraud scheme

10/4/2013 | San Antonio Express-News

Kimberle K. Young of San Antonio has pleaded guilty to laundering money in a health care fraud scheme that aimed to defraud $1.8 million from benefit programs. Young's husband, Terry L. Young, also faces money-laundering charges as well as charges of health care fraud and conspiracy. The Youngs, owners of New Impulse, Superior Rehab Technology and Advanced Rehab Technologies, are suspected to have billed the Texas Municipal League and several insurance companies for items that were never delivered.

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