NY paramedic supervisor accused of fraud, grand larceny
Brian Rhodes, 45, a paramedic supervisor at Madison Ambulance, is accused of falsifying timesheets
By Laura French
MADISON COUNTY, N.Y. — A New York paramedic supervisor was arrested Tuesday after allegedly falsifying timesheets.
Brian Rhodes, 45, a paramedic supervisor at Madison Ambulance, was charged with multiple counts following a year-long investigation by the Madison County Sheriff's Office, according to The Oneida Daily Dispatch.
Investigators said Rhodes allegedly submitted timesheets with hours that were never worked and collected compensation for those hours.
He was charged with four felonies and one misdemeanor; falsifying business records in the first degree, offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree, third-degree grand larceny, defrauding the government and official misconduct.