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BANGOR X-RAY TECH TO SERVE 9 MONTHS FOR SWITCHING DRUGS AT HOSPITAL
November 18, 2004
NOVEMBER 18, 2004
MARCI A. ALEXANDER, ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL, 207-626-8555
Attorney General Steven Rowe announced today that x-ray technician James Dearborn, 34, of Bangor, pled guilty Monday in Bangor Superior Court to one count of stealing drugs (class C) and one count of endangering the welfare of a dependant person (class D).
The offenses occurred on January 19, 2004, while
At the sentencing hearing Monday, Justice Studstrup sentenced Dearborn on the stealing drugs count to 18 months in jail with all but 9 months suspended, a $750 fine, and two years of probation during which he may not possess alcohol or drugs and must submit to random drug searches and testing.
This case was investigated and prosecuted by the Maine Office of Attorney General’s Healthcare Crimes Unit, the designated Medicaid Fraud Control Unit for the State of
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