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Eye doctor is sentenced in $73 million Medicare fraud

Palm Beach County eye doctor Salomon Melgen got sentenced to 17 years in federal prison on 67 counts of healthcare fraud and healthcare fraud related charges. Melgen fraudulently attempted to bill Medicare over $73 million, mostly for treating falsely diagnosed age related macular degeneration.

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Florida woman going 121 mph when she killed family, cops say

More details are emerging about the horrific crash on the Selmon Expressway in Tampa in August that killed a child and two adults, and led to the arrest of a 29-year-old Brandon, Florida, woman. Newly released court documents reveal the speed she was driving as well as her blood alcohol levels.

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