The head of a Massapequa-based business has admitted to stealing nearly $350,000 from Medicaid.
Patricia Clague, 45, plead guilty Friday will serve a four month jail term for grand larceny in connection with a case in which the company was reimbursed for transportation that was never provided or was provided by improperly licensed drivers.
Two women have been charged with with falsifying certificates claiming Angel employees had passed a driver's safety check.
Other employees, including a driver from Wantagh have also plead guilty for there role in the scheme.
We want to know what you think of the business owner's sentence. In addition to the jail time, she will also have to pay back $348,000 to Medicaid.
Was the sentence too soft or too severe? Or did they get it right? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.