The suit contends that hundreds of century old hardwood trees in Bloomfield Hills were cut down without residents authorization or notification by DTE last year.
The judge believes there’s a serious risk that Dr. Aria Sabit will flee the country if granted bond.
He’s accused of cheating insurers and patients by promising certain spinal surgeries but performing other procedures on the back.
Any patient who wishes to report concerns or information regarding medical services received from Dr. Aria Sabit, or to request a copy of medical records, is encouraged to contact the FBI Detroit Field Office Hotline.
The 40-year-old doctor is accused of billing insurers for bogus procedures and deceiving patients about how he planned to fix their spines.
“Our preliminary investigation indicates alcohol was possibly a factor…”
Dr. Aria Sabit of Bloomfield Hills told patients he was performing spinal fusion, but when patients subsequently sought help from other doctors, they learned that no devices were implanted.
Fifty-nine-year-old Rajesh Doshi of Bloomfield Hills pleaded guilty for his role in what federal authorities say is a $19 million health care fraud scheme.
Administrators have contacted parents of children named on the list and notified listed staff members.
The Catholic nuns who operate a metro Detroit school plan to re-examine policies regarding the decision to fire a gay teacher after she became pregnant.