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Featured Fraud: SoCal Security Breach

One man’s days in the sun could be numbered after he allegedly committed insurance fraud to collect more than $40,000 in undeserved workers’ compensation benefits. 

On March 26, 2012, authorities arrested Julio Santiago, 53, of Rowland Heights, Calif., charging him with grand theft and multiple felony counts, including making false statements and “presenting false or fraudulent written material to obtain compensation.”

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