HAMMOND | A Chicago man was sentenced Tuesday in federal court to one year probation after admitting to fraudulently submitting Medicaid claims totaling $5,000, according to court documents.
Kenneth "Ken Holiday" Robinson will have to pay $2,831.20 in restitution as part of his sentencing, according to court documents.
He pleaded guilty in May to knowingly and willfully aiding and abetting the submissions of fraudulent claims to Indiana Medicaid from 2011, according to the plea agreement.
Robinson worked as the officer manager in a Hammond doctor's office and was also the roommate of the unidentified doctor, according to court records.
According to the indictment, Robinson saw patients July 21, 2011, and submitted several claims though he was not a physician. The doctor was not in the office that day.