Pharmacist accused of defrauding province was implicated in another police investigation, his trial hears

From the Windsor Star news article:

…Shae Lynn Stanbra, who was a detective-constable assigned to investigate health-care fraud for the OPP’s anti-rackets squad, testified she had been probing another individual when D’Angelo’s name “came up.” Cautioned by assistant Crown attorney Tom Meehan not to give details of the other investigation, Stanbra merely said it morphed into a probe of D’Angelo and his business, Royal Windsor Pharmacy.

D’Angelo, 63, is accused of bilking the Ontario Ministry of Health of more than $341,000 by submitting bogus bills to the Ontario Drug Benefit Program. The program pays for drugs, nutritional supplements, diabetic supplies and other health-related items for seniors and people on social assistance. D’Angelo is charged with fraud over $5,000 and breach of trust for billings between February 2009 and November 2011…

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