A Massachusetts man was indicted for 10 felony counts related to insurance fraud after being arrested for reinsuring expensive jewelry that had allegedly been stolen.

A Suffolk County grand jury returned indictments against David Fioravanti, 43, of Boston, in connection with the alleged jewelry scam. He was also charged with defrauding his auto insurance company by presenting a false registration address. Fioravanti faces charges of motor vehicle insurance fraud (five counts); insurance fraud (two counts); larceny totaling more than $250; attempted larceny over $250; and making a false statement on a motor vehicle registration.

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