Perrysburg doctor indicted for fraud


Dr. Stacey Royal, 44, listed with a Sewickley, Pa. address, was indicted by a Wood County Grand Jury on
Nov. 4 for telecommunications fraud, insurance fraud, theft and engaging in a pattern of corrupt
Royal along with Christopher Davis and Royal Treatment Urgent Medical Care, located on South Boundary in
Perrysburg were listed as the "Enterprise" in the indictment. There were 11 different
incidents listed of improper and inaccurate billing, each for one or more different patients in Royal’s
According to Wood County Assistant Prosecutor Melissa Freeman, the fraud charges total more than
$900,000, which was billed.
"It is at least that much, but there is more stuff coming in," Freeman said.
The indictment also indicated there were other incidents not documented.
Freeman also indicated the theft charge to be in excess of $100,000.
That is the amount the doctor actually received. The incidents range from 2004 through July of this year.

According to the indictment, various insurance companies were computer billed for services not provided
or exaggerated in scope.
The corrupt activity charge is a first-degree felony, while the other charges are all third-degree
Davis, 33, of Toledo was indicted for engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, along with complicity to
insurance fraud and complicity to theft.
The indictment indicated he submitted some of the fraudulent claims and was said to aid and abet Royal in
her actions.
Both Royal and Davis are to be arraigned on Friday at 1 p.m. before Common Pleas Court Judge Alan

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