PARIS, Maine (AP) — A Maine woman who ran a company that served children with mental disabilities was sentenced to prison for overcharging a state health care program by more than $4 million.

Dawn Solomon, who pleaded guilty in December, was also ordered Thursday to pay restitution as part of her plea agreement with prosecutors, in addition to her 42 months in state prison.

"We are pleased to have put this unscrupulous operator out of business," Attorney General William Schneider said.

Solomon, 43, of Harrison, ran a company called Living Independence Network Corp. in the town of Norway that provided behavior management and physical and social development services to children with mental disabilities.

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