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A woman from Charleston, West Virginia Sentenced for 3 years In Prison after Faking Own Death.
A woman from Charleston, West Virginia Sentenced for 3 years In Prison after Faking Own Death.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A woman from Beckley, named Julie M. Wheeler, age 43, was sentenced by the United States, Senior District Judge John T. Copenhaver, Jr. to 42 months in federal prison for national health care fraud, in association with Attorney Mike Stuart who stated in court. The indicted...

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