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Las Cruces, NM–Yesterday, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced that Cathy Chidester, who operated Drop In Counseling in Las Cruces, pled guilty to Medicaid Fraud, Obstruction of Investigation, and Identity Theft.   Ms. Chidester was accused of fraudulently billing New Mexico’s Medicaid program for children’s counseling, when in fact, public school records showed that the children were in class attending school during the alleged counseling sessions. Sentencing for Ms. Chidester will be in 60 days and she faces up to five years imprisonment in addition to payment of restitution of more than $177,000.

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