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A Cumberland County grand jury handed down indictments last week for three southern Maine men for crimes related to workers’ compensation fraud.

Landon Logsdon, Ken Villella, and Peter Ronfeldt were indicted by the Cumberland County Superior Court’s Grand Jury on Sept. 10. Each of the indicted men had been collecting workers’ compensation insurance payments from the Maine Employers’ Mutual Insurance Company (MEMIC). When the insurer’s investigations of the cases raised red flags, the company’s investigators handed the cases over to the Attorney General’s office.

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