A man who directed his urine test to the drug lab was charged.
DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA — A Florida man was commissioned $70,000 for directing urine tests to a drug testing lab, according to police.
Daniel Martin Kaine, 35, was arrested last week on six charges of brokering patients.
The investigation by the authorities began in 2019. The step that kicked off the investigation was the Palm Beach County Sober Homes Task Force’s brokerage accusation against Jason Gadreault. According to the Palm Beach Post’s statement, the Genesis Diasnostics laboratory in Pennsylvania was commissioned to direct urine tests to drug labs.
According to the police review, Genesis made cuts to insurance payments to treatment centers and homes for tests. In this way, thousands of dollars of insurance repayments were received per week.
According to the records, in 2016 and 2017, Gadreult received $772,911 back from Genesis. He said he would pay $150 per test for inspectors and $125 per sober house.
Officials said Kaine was a sub-agent at Your Life Recovery in Boynton Beach. According to the arrest report, in April and August 2017, Gadreult listed 12 checks on Kaine for a total of US$70,360.
Florida law prohibits a laboratory or healthcare provider from offering or paying commissions, bonuses, bribes, or referrals to a sober home or drug treatment center.
Kaine was released after paying his $30,000 bail.
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