Clinic Owner arrested on charges of Medical Marijuana Fraud

Posted by Sagar Satapathy on June 04, 2018.

Delaware State police Saturday arrested a clinic owner in Delaware on charges of medical marijuana fraud.

Delaware State cop said Carolan Krajewski, 37, owner of Delaware Holistic Medicine in Lewes, was arrested for submitting fraudulent applications for medical marijuana.

Krajewski, who is also known as Carolan Fischer, taken into custody based on a search warrant which was executed with the assistance of the Delaware State Police Drug Diversion Unit and the Division of Professional Regulations.

Krajewski has been charged with three counts of felony tampering with public records first degree and three counts of felony forgery second degree.

Police say applications for medical marijuana submitted from the clinic, which was formerly known as Disjointed, had fraudulent signatures in the physician section. The Medical Marijuana Compliance Program had been contacted about the fraudulent signature and further investigation linked Krajewski to the fraudulent activity. Police say none of the patients had ever been seen by a physician, but had dealt solely with Krajewski.

The website of Delaware Holistic Medicine says its philosophy is "that it should be affordable, easy and accessible to receive medical marijuana evaluations for medical marijuana cards."

Not even a single doctor has been arrested in the case so far and no marijuana was found at the clinic, police said.

Later, Krajewski was released on a $2,250 unsecured bond.

Further probe into the case is on, meanwhile, police asked people with additional information to contact Sgt. D. Rementer, Troop 4 Sussex County Financial Crimes Unit at 302-752-3814.

An investigation into the matter had started in May after members of the Delaware State Police Sussex County Financial Crimes Unit knew about fraudulent activity taking place in the clinic.

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