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June 1, 2018 – Two men connected to a Delray Beach-area lab linked to kickbacks for urine tests for people in treatment and recovery for substance abusehave been arrested, a day after three men also were charged in the scheme. Christopher Kristiansen, 27, and Alex Kane, 30, who list the same address in Delray Beach, were booked late Thursday at the Palm Beach County Jail. Each is charged with aiding in patient brokering and receiving patient-brokering kickbacks. Kane faces a third charge of conspiracy to commit patient brokering … In court Friday, Kristiansen was ordered held in lieu of $12,000 bond and Kane on $18,000. Mark Desimone, David Remland and Daniel Kandler were arrested late Wednesday on charges they paid John G. Rizzo for referring the urine tests to Impact Q Testing (“IQ”), a laboratory in Delray Beach next to Chapters Recovery, a treatment center Kandler also owns that previously was called Good Future Recovery. Desimone and Remland were business partners in IQ, the report said. The arrests are part of the continuing investigations of the Palm Beach County Sober Home Task Force.