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Man sentenced to 18 months in prison for defrauding SIH

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BENTON, Ill. -- A judge orders a former employee of Southern Illinois Healthcare to serve an 18-month prison sentence for defrauding the company.

Cary Mosley worked for SIH and another company, QED Medical Physics, simultaneously between December 2006 and July 2013.

QED provided support services to SIH's radiation oncology department. Mosley was the manager of that department.

Prosecutors said Mosley essentially double-billed SIH for $593,000 worth of work he didn't actually do.

"There was a significant abuse of trust and a massive amount of deception... over a long period of time," Assistant U.S. Attorney Scott Verseman said.

Mosley offered a tearful apology before the judge sentenced him.

"I made a choice 12 and a half years ago to betray that trust and I hurt people who were like family to me," Mosley said.

He pleaded guilty to charges earlier this year.

Judge Staci Yandle said Mosley's behavior showed "clear, unadulterated greed."

"This was a six and a half year criminal enterprise," Yandle said. "It took a lot of work and it took a lot of deception."

Mosley must also pay SIH $1.2 million and serve a year of home confinement, along with three years of probation.

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