Winnipeg Woman Charged with Faking Drug Tests for Company Clients

Winnipeg Woman Charged with Faking Drug Tests for Company Clients

Winnipeg Police CrestA Winnipeg company is under investigation after allegedly falsifying medical samples for transport truck drivers operating in the United States.

Winnipeg police say they began investigating fraudulent claims in October 2017 surrounding the company and its owner.

Police say the company, Precision Health Ltd., did not properly test drivers’ samples and falsified test results provided to drivers and their employers. The company continued to charge their clients the full rate for their services.

Police say the clients were unaware the samples were not being properly tested, but were still charged the full rate for their services.

Officers executed a search warrant at Precision Health’s Dublin Avenue offices on September 6.

Colleen Faye Robinson, 54, the owner of the company, has been charged with fraud over $5,000, forgery and using a forged document.

Robinson was released on a promise to appear.

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