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Five South Bay men face grand theft and unauthorized computer use charges for an alleged scheme in which they charged students for student loan assistance programs that were normally accessible for free through the U.S. Department of Education, authorities said.

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 A Manhattan Beach urologist was sentenced Monday to nearly six years in federal prison for submitting fraudulent billings totaling more than $700,000 to Medicare for medically unnecessary and nonexistent treatments, sometimes billing for purported patient visits miles apart and occurring at…

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Five South Bay men face grand theft and unauthorized computer use charges for an alleged scheme in which they charged students for student loan assistance programs that were normally accessible for free through the U.S. Department of Education, authorities said.

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 A Manhattan Beach urologist was sentenced Monday to nearly six years in federal prison for submitting fraudulent billings totaling more than $700,000 to Medicare for medically unnecessary and nonexistent treatments, sometimes billing for purported patient visits miles apart and occurring at…