Accused in health care fraud allowed to travel

The District Court of Guam granted the release of the passport on Sept. 28 for Thelma Joiner, accused of obstruction of a criminal investigation in health care offenses, to allow her to move from Arizona to Hickman Air Force Base, Honolulu with her husband. Joiner, also known as Thelma Cabrera or Thelma French, was named in a Dec. 13, 2016 indictment in which she allegedly attempted to and willfully prevented, obstructed, misled and delayed the communication of information and records related to the health care fraud investigation into Smart Energy Design Inc. which does business as Guam Medical Transport.  . . .

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