Deal Reached w/ Menomonie Chief

Deal Reached w/ Menomonie Chief

There are 5 comments on the Z100 Radio story from Jan 29, 2010, titled Deal Reached w/ Menomonie Chief. In it, Z100 Radio reports that:

The City of Menomonie reaches a settlement with its embattled Police Chief...but details of that settlement are not released yet.

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johnboy

Eau Claire, WI

#1 Jan 29, 2010
Another good job by the city of menomonie. I'm sure they had to pay a pretty penny to stop all the whining. Now watch our taxes go up again, so they can do it all over again. Maybe they need to advertise only YES men need apply!
nursemom

United States

#2 Jan 29, 2010
The City of Menomonie ought to be ashamed of themselves. This is telling the city that they have won and if you are an outstider....screw you!
Joseph

United States

#3 Feb 2, 2010
some of menomonie people need to take some pills
Jerry

AOL

#4 Feb 18, 2010
nursemom wrote:
The City of Menomonie ought to be ashamed of themselves. This is telling the city that they have won and if you are an outstider....screw you!
Once again you have only idiodic statements. It is obvious that you need to read the facts of the case and think before you proclaim yourself the judge of an entire city. Opinions are one thing and stupidity is another.
fatfrog

United States

#5 Feb 18, 2010
dont do this former menomonie resident denise laforte- A St. Louis podiatrist has been sentenced to three months imprisonment and seven months home confinement for submitting false bills to Medicare and Medicaid, Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Reap said Tuesday.

Denise Hardy, 45, was also ordered to pay over $89,000 in restitution to Medicare and Medicaid.

Hardy, who was employed at South St. Louis Orthopedic Group Inc., created false statements on podiatric examination forms and other medical records for submission to Medicare and Missouri Medicaid for podiatric services that she provided from 2000 through 2005, prosecutors said.

Hardy also provided services to patients at South St. Louis Orthopedic Group Inc., Lafayette Habilitation, several nursing homes and at senior service centers at St. Alexius Hospital and St. Anthony’s Medical Center.

As part of the scheme, Hardy falsely stated in her treatment notes that 20 Lafayette Habilitation Center patients (who are unable to walk and confined to a wheelchair or geri-chair) cannot walk without pain and had pain when walking that restricted their activities, prosecutors said

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