With every arrest our recovery community gets safer.
Johnson, 45, a 1990 graduate of Wellington High School, was being booked into the Palm Beach County Detention Center on Wednesday morning as agents raided Palm Beach Recovery & Wellness, 6600 S. Dixie Highway, and his home in Palm Springs.
According to the arrest report, Johnson operated his sober home business, Reel Recovery, out of his office on Dixie Highway. Residents of Reel Recovery lived in buildings behind Johnson’s home at 3152 Drew Way in Palm Springs, according to the arrest report. …
Unscrupulous drug treatment operators have made hundreds of millions of dollars by billing insurance companies for unnecessary urine drug screens and other tests.
The Johnsons also operate Living Right sober homes in Lake Worth, according to corporate records. B Street 107, a corporation created by the couple, purchased a home at that address in Lake Worth in December 2015. B Street 101, another company created by the couple, purchased a home at that address in February 2016.
On Feb. 10, the couple dissolved PB Precision Labs, a business that operated out of its offices on Dixie Highway, which were raided on Wednesday. …
WHAT THE POST REPORTED
The addiction treatment industry in Palm Beach County is the fourth-largest — generating, conservatively, about $1 billion a year. It was all built on urine testing. Since The Palm Beach Post began investigating, state and federal authorities have arrested dozens of people.
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