Riley County nurse sentenced to 21 months for Medicaid fraud, drug crimes, related charges

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TOPEKA – (January 17, 2019) – A Riley County nurse has been sentenced to 21 months in prison after being found guilty of Medicaid fraud and related charges in three Kansas counties, Attorney General Derek Schmidt said. Kathleen M. Kleuskens, 57, of Ogden, entered pleas and was found guilty in October of a total of 10 charges filed by the attorney general’s office in Clay, Geary and Pottawatomie counties. Earlier this month, Clay County District Judge John F. Bosch sentenced Kleuskens to 20 months in the Department of Corrections and Geary County Senior District Judge Robert J. Fleming sentenced Kleuskens to 21 months in the Department of Corrections. On Thursday, Pottawatomie County District Judge Jeff Elder sentenced Kleuskens to 21 months in...

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Riley County nurse sentenced to 21 months for Medicaid fraud, drug crimes, related charges

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