Parents accused of defrauding San Francisco school

Associated Press

A wealthy couple is accused of bilking the San Francisco school district and insurers of about $400,000 for their autistic son’s treatment.
Prosecutors say Jonathan Dickstein and his wife, Barclay Lynn, created a dummy company and used it to double-bill the district and insurers for special education services between 2006 and 2008. The couple also is accused of defrauding the law firm where Dickstein served as a partner.