- Associated Press - Wednesday, November 5, 2014

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Federal prosecutors say the former chief financial officer of two nonprofit health clinics for the poor and homeless has been indicted in a scheme to defraud the agencies and the government, which provided most of their funding.

Authorities said in a statement Wednesday that 48-year-old Terri McGuire Mollica of Birmingham is facing an 82-count grand jury indictment. Charges against her include wire fraud, mail fraud, money laundering, aggravated identity theft and filing fraudulent tax returns.

Mollica worked for Birmingham Health Care and the Central Alabama Comprehensive Health Inc. and is accused of helping co-conspirators steal roughly $11 million in federal grant money and other property from the agencies. The indictment accuses Mollica of receiving about $1.7 million in the scheme.

It’s unclear if Mollica has an attorney.

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