Mississippi Doctor Arraigned for Medicaid Scams

Cleveland, Miss. (AP)– A Mississippi Delta eye doctor is charged with defrauding the state-federal Medicaid program.

Dr. Harold Peltan, a 50-year-old Cleveland citizen, was arraigned on 17 counts of scams Tuesday in Bolivar County.

Chief law officer Jim Hood states Peltan kipped down phony costs for the care he never ever offered and billed for unwanted healthcare in between July 2011 and July 2014. Hood’s Medicaid Fraud Unit is prosecuting the case.

Peltan confronts 85 years in prison and $850,000 in fines.

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No bail had been set and Peltan who stayed jailed Tuesday. It’s uncertain if he has a lawyer to speak on his behalf.