Chiropractor had fentanyl, charged patients for services he didn't provide, grand jury says

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TOMS RIVER — A Lakewood chiropractor was indicted Tuesday on charges he submitted insurance claims for work he didn’t do. The grand jury indictment charged Carlo Amato, 55, of Beachwood, with four counts of healthcare claim fraud and one count each of theft by deception and possession of fentanyl, according to court documents. The indictment said…

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