Seven Bridges Resident, Subject Of “Information” In May, Entered Guilty Plea In September. Deals With Decade In Federal Prison.
“According to the plea contract, in 2018, Davidson and his conspirators developed a conglomerate of resilient medical equipment(“DME”)supply business. Throughout the creation of the companies, they lied to Medicare to protect billing privileges. The plan involved placing the companies in the names of straw owners. By concealing their real ownership, the conspirators secretly gained control of several business, which Medicare restricts. This allowed the conspirators to send high volumes of illegal DME claims while attempting to evade police examination. In one year, through the corporation, Davidson and his conspirators submitted more than $20 million in prohibited DME claims, leading to more than $10 million in payments from Medicare and the Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (“CHAMPVA”).”
The case was investigated by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, the FBI, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the IRS and
other agencies. BocaNewsNow.com reported on an FBI raid in Seven Bridges in June. That raid appears unrelated to this case. This case is likewise unassociated to another Seven Bridges resident dealing with federal charges in what district attorneys call an “illegal dietary supplement plan.” Likewise unassociated: a federal lawsuit filed by a homeowner versus another property owner in the neighborhood as well as the homeowners association.
Whether Davidson's timely guilty plea results in a lowered sentence will not be known for a long time– a sentencing date has actually not yet been set. Davidson's other half signed a $100,000 bond contract to protect her spouse's release.
Documents related to the case are below:
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