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Perry Township officials want to pursue criminal charges against the former operator of C&C Medical Billing company. The township says it is owed more than $1.1 million from the company, stemming from faulty EMS billing in 2016 and 2017 for the Fire Department. Haines said an internal investigation into the Fire Department's record keeping may have helped to initiate Martin's call to retire. The chief was not asked to leave, he said. Phone messages left separately for Cynthia Abbott and Mark Abbott were not immediately returned Wednesday. Internal investigation into Perry Township EMS billing An investigation by an outside legal firm hired by the township found "systemic failures within the Fire Department and fiscal office for not promptly identifying the (EMS) billing problem," according to a prepared statement read Tuesday night by Haines. "The (trustees') review, based upon the findings and recommendations of the internal review, found fault by Chief Martin and the former fiscal officer (Joe Schlegel)," the document states. As a result of the inspection by the Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Co. law firm, the township is taking measures to better the oversight of departmental functions, contracting with outside service providers, as well as improving internal communications and reporting to the Board of Trustees, the statement reads. An official look into job duties and responsibilities is likely, said Haines, in addition to training for township personnel to prevent similar occurrences down the road. Prior to the statement being read, Perry trustees unanimously voted to name Deputy Chief Larry Sedlock to serve as the interim fire chief. He is to begin leading the department as early as Friday. How long has C&C Medical worked with Perry Township? The Independent requested and reviewed public records tied to C&C Medical and its contract with the township. In a March 2012 letter from Perry Township's attorney Charlie Hall to Martin about the proposal, Hall mentioned that trustees were within their right to authorize the initial contract with C&C. Martin recommended the hiring of the company, and trustees approved the pact in 2012. "Since (Chief Abbott) does not have ownership interest, is not an employee, and has no management or advisory capacity to (C&C), (Ohio law or township policy) does not prohibit the (Perry) Board of Trustees from awarding the contract to C&C Billing company," Hall's letter states. Mark Abbott had no official role with C&C Medical, said Haines, adding that the deputy chief's retirement decision followed Martin's announcement. According to township records, Cynthia Abbott was an employee of Millcreek Professional Billing & Consulting, which she purchased around the time of forming C&C Medical. Millcreek was the billing contractor with the Fire Department before C&C. Township records indicate that C&C Medical's proposed rates per report at the time and in subsequent years were less than amounts quoted by competitors, including $19 per run in 2016 and $20 each in 2017. Overall, the working relationship between the township and company, which is no longer in business, ran about six years. On New Year's Eve 2020, the state auditor issued a news release, agreeing to take the lead on a civil lawsuit to recoup money owed to the township through third-party EMS billing.

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