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Frederick Sterling Struckmeyer

Assistant Attorney General

Arizona Attorney General's Office

Sterling Struckmeyer is an Assistant Attorney General in the Health Care Fraud and Abuse Section of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.  This Section is a Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, charged with investigating and prosecuting Medicaid fraud; fraud in the administration of the Medicaid program; and abuse, neglect or financial exploitation of the elderly occurring in Medicaid facilities or committed by Medicaid providers or their employees.  In this capacity, Sterling is responsible for prosecuting health care fraud and abuse for the Attorney General’s Office in Southern Arizona, including Pima County, Pinal County, Yuma County, Cochise County, Santa Cruz County, and Graham County.  Before joining the Office of the Attorney General, Sterling was a Deputy County Attorney with the Pima County Attorney’s Office for almost eight years.  The last five of those years Sterling was assigned to the Major Crimes Bureau, prosecuting cases involving Murder, Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, gangs and gang related offenses, weapons offenses, and violent crimes.