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Phony Time Sheets Leave Southaven Woman Charged With Medicaid Fraud

SOUTHAVEN, Miss.–Turning in time sheets for hours she did not work is what has Natasha Short, 38, of Southaven, charged with Medicaid fraud. Attorney General Jim Hood said she turned herself in after she was indicted in Rankin County.

Hood said Short worked as a personal care sitter when the fraud happened.

Short was booked into the Rankin County Detention Center. If convicted, she will face a maximum of five years behind bars and a $50,000 fine.

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