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California Insurance Fraud Commissioner Steve Poizner recently announced the extradition of Norman Hugh Baker, a Torrance, California fugitive who fled the state after cheating homeowners out of their insurance claims.

According to the California Department of Insurance, Baker failed to appear in court for a sentencing hearing in June 2007 for felony grand theft charges. An investigation led officials to Baker in Lawrenceville, Georgia and transported him back to California earlier this month.

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