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North Carolina Department of Insurance Commissioner Jim Long recently announced the arrest of Richelle Jones for attempting to obtain property under false pretenses, after allegedly filing a false claim with Liberty Mutual Insurance Company.

According to the North Carolina Department of Insurance, investigators examined the case and found that Jones’ home had been broken into in early January and resulted in $6,000 worth of stolen property. She filed a police report, and did not have any insurance. Investigators suspect that she purchased an insurance policy, waited until it went into effect with Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, and then called police to report another break in.

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