A Brookfield Connecticut woman was sentenced to twelve years in prison for setting fire to her mother’s home in order to collect the insurance money. Gasoline was poured throughout the house and ignited. Inside the garage, which was not burned, was the daughter’s car full of frozen food, two television sets, a digital camera, and four cellphones. She was found guilty of first-degree arson, conspiracy to commit first-degree arson, and insurance fraud.
Another Arson Story:
Six house fires erupt over a twelve-year span in North Carolina homes where one woman lives. Hmmm, suspicions build. It seems like people just won’t learn. Insurance companies have hundreds of years of experience in dealing with Fraud. You will get caught.
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