CARLSBAD, N.M. (AP) – New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas says four employees of a defunct Carlsbad mental health center are facing Medicaid fraud charges after a statewide investigation.
Balderas announced Tuesday that he has filed criminal complaints against Michael Stoll, Noel Clark, Darrill Woodfield and John Bain – all former top personnel at Carlsbad Mental Health Center.
Each were charged with eight counts of Medicaid fraud under the Medicaid Fraud Act, one count of conspiracy and one count of fraud involving non-Medicaid funds.
No numbers were listed for Michael Stoll and John Bain for their New Mexico homes. No number was listed for Noel Clark at his Dalhart, Texas residence.
No one answered a phone call for a number listed for Darril Woodfield to his Carlsbad home.