Greenville public safety director wanted for healthcare fraud

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Greenville Public Safety Director Mark Reiss in 2014.

GREENVILLE, Mich. — A warrant for felony healthcare fraud was issued for Greenville Public Safety Director Mark Reiss.

The Kent County Prosecutor’s Office is acting as a special prosecutor in the case. Prosecutor Chris Becker tells FOX 17 News that the warrant stems from Reiss allegedly failing to disclose to his insurance provider that his marriage status changed in 2014 when he and his wife divorced. She remained on his insurance after the split.

The warrant was issued Tuesday. It holds a maximum 4-year penalty if convicted.

A similar warrant was issued for Reiss’ ex-wife as well.

Reiss, 51, has served as the Greenville public safety director since 2013.

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  • olmon1

    Making a mountain out of a mole hill. So — he was decent & kept his X on his insurance so that she wouldn’t be w/o & now some a-hole bureaucrat has to make a name for himself over it. People like that are the ones that used to get their arses kicked regularly in school for being D_cks.