- Associated Press - Sunday, July 3, 2016

TUSKEGEE, Ala. (AP) - An appeal to reduce the sentence of a former nonprofit CFO of Birmingham Health Care and Central Comprehensive Health has been denied in a health fraud case.

Al.com (http://bit.ly/29cRZBJ ) reports that the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected Terri McGuire Mollica’s argument to reduce her 28-month prison sentence. Mollica was sentenced on drug and witness tampering charges was an unjustifiable and unreasonable departure from sentencing guidelines.

Court records who prosecutors charged Mollica last year that she sent one package containing the statue of a dog that had 76 Valium, 38 Zolpidem and approximately 100 other as-yet-unidentified pills inside it. Another package contained a desk-top clock with 49 Adderall, and 41 Ritalin tablets.



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