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Ambulance service president pleads guilty to fraud

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Clayton Hobbs, former president of Mercy Regional Health Systems, which provided ambulance services in Franklin County, has pleaded guilty to 16 counts of failure to pay federal income taxes, to the tune of a whopping $1.7 million.

On top of that, Hobbs failed to pay $118,000 of employees’ medical insurance claims, underpaid them $40,500, fraudulently billed Medicare for $24,700 and Medicaid for $69,800 and underfunded the company’s 401(k) plan. He faces December sentencing.

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