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Nova Scotia woman charged with defrauding health authority in Saskatchewan

07/15/2013 07:42 EDT | Updated 09/14/2013 05:12 EDT
SANDY BAY, Sask. - A registered nurse from Nova Scotia has been accused of defrauding a health authority in Saskatchewan.

The Mamawetan Churchill River Regional Health Authority says it received complaints from two employees in June 2012 and began an investigation.

The complaints were about a nurse working in Sandy Bay, Sask.

In the spring the health authority contacted the RCMP.

Mounties have issued a warrant for the arrest of Michelle Moore, 49, of Marshall Town, Digby County, N. S.

It's alleged that Moore fraudulently claimed call-back overtime for seeing patients on seven occasions.

Police believe Moore is currently living in Nova Scotia.

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