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March 19, 2014 11:09 PM

SC brothers who founded charity sentenced to prison for Medicaid fraud

The leaders of Helping Hands Youth and Family Services, a youth mentoring agency that had offices in Conway and Georgetown, were given prison sentences and ordered to pay restitution for their roles in a scheme to steal millions of dollars from the federal Medicaid health care program.

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