NY nurse sold fake COVID vax cards and raked in $1.5 million: Cops found $900,000 in CASH at her home

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A Long Island pediatric nurse practitioner and her employee are accused of making $1.5 million from selling fake COVID-19 vaccine cards, and her NYPD officer husband is reportedly facing an internal probe for his potential involvement.

Nurse practitioner Julie DeVuono, 49, who owns Wild Child Pediatrics Healthcare on Long Island, and her employee Marissa Urraro, 44, a practical nurse, are accused of selling fake vaccination cards after undercover detectives obtained one ‘on one or more occasions.’

DeVuono allegedly charged $220 for adults and $85 for children to enter falsified information to the New York State Immunization Information System – reportedly making $1.5 million in just three months, according to CBS New York.

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Despite receiving vaccines and syringes being sent to the practice from the government, patients never received a vaccine.


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