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Insurance Fraud

New Hanover County couple charged with insurance fraud

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A Castle Hayne couple was arrested for providing false and misleading information to an insurance company. Full story...
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Wilmington couple charged with arson, insurance fraud

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A Wilmington couple has been charged with arson and insurance fraud after a May fire at their home. Full story...
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Tabor City farmer sentenced for insurance fraud scam

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A federal judge has sentenced a Tabor City farmer for his role in a tobacco insurance fraud scam. The judge sentenced Patrick Rex Lovett, 48, to five years probation and nine months house arrest. He also must pay a $10,000 fine and forfeit $160,696. Full story...
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Clarkton fire chief and asst. fire chief charged with fraud

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videoRobinson, who was the Clarkton Fire Chief, has been charged with two counts of Insurance Fraud, five counts of Embezzlement, and two counts of Corporate Malfeasance. The case was presented to a Bladen County Grand Jury Monday. Full story...
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Tabor City man pleads guilty to insurance fraud

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A Tabor City man pleaded guilty in federal court to crop insurance fraud. Patrick Lovett, a farmer and president of Lovett Farms, faces up to 10 years in prison. Full story...
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Former Shallotte cop pleads guilty to insurance fraud

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video A former Shallotte Police detective has pleaded guilty to insurance fraud. The crime will keep him from working in law enforcement in the state for at least two years. Full story...
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Wilmington trio arrested for alleged auto insurance fraud

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Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin today announced the arrests of Alfonzo Bethea, 39, Wilmington; Antonette Denise Waters, 29, of 621 N. 10th St., Wilmington; and Crystal Paige Waters, 30, of 1003 S. 14th St., Wilmington. Each has been charged with two counts of insurance fraud, two counts of attempting to obtain property by false pretense, and one count of filing a false police report. Full story...
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Wilmington finance company manager accused of insurance fraud

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Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin today announced the arrest of Gregory Steven Gurney, 49, of 5418 ½ Park Ave., Wilmington. He is charged with six counts each of insurance fraud, obtaining property by false pretense and corporate malfeasance. He is charged with three counts of altering or forging certificates of title or applications, and one count each of possession of a stolen motor vehicle and transferring a stolen motor vehicle. Full story...
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NC man pleads guilty to crop fraud

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A Columbus County man has pleaded guilty to federal crop insurance fraud. Full story...
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Wilmington woman charged with insurance fraud after faking toilet overflow

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Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin today announced the arrest of Stephanie Jean Holanek, 40, of 118 Trombay Drive, Wilmington; she is charged with four counts of insurance fraud, three counts of obtaining property by false pretense, and one count of attempting to obtain property by false pretense. Full story...
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Leland woman arrested for insurance fraud

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Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin today announced the arrest of Lakeia C. Freeman, 28, of 136 Parsley St., Leland; she is charged with one count each of insurance fraud and obtaining property by false pretense. Full story...
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Shallotte cop arrested for insurance fraud

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A Shallotte Police officer has found himself on the wrong side of the law. A SBI spokeswoman confirm that agents arrested Eric King yesterday for insurance fraud and obtaining property by false pretense. Full story...
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Leland man arrested on insurance fraud

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Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin today announced the arrest of Joshua Rex Walston, 26, of 1567 Lanvale Road, Leland; he is charged with one count each of insurance fraud and obtaining property by false pretense. Full story...
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Area men arrested for insurance fraud

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Sometimes tough times call for desperate measures. In this economy, people are coming up with ways to get a little bit of cash in their hands even if it means breaking the law. Full story...
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