North Carolina mother and son charged with insurance fraud – The Coastland Times


Officials at a North Carolina agency accused a mother and son of falsely telling an insurance company that her car and truck had been repeatedly struck by deer and other animals.

A press release from State Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey said Thursday that Martha Jeffries Inman, 68, and her son, Cecil Dwayne Roberson, 43, of Stoneville, have been charged with insurance fraud .

Ministry special agents say Inman obtained more than $ 10,000 from an insurance company by making false statements about collisions with animals. According to the department, the violations occurred between October 2019 and January 2021.

Inman was also accused of obtaining property under false pretenses. Roberson was also charged with aiding and abetting Inman to obtain property under false pretense. All counts are felonies, the statement said.

Additionally, Roberson is accused of submitting a statement in support of his mother’s comprehensive insurance claim.



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