Two California individuals suspected of committing automobile insurance fraud and providing false information to a police officer. Navpaul Dhillon, 21, of San Jose self-surrendered to the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office on December 10. Ajaypal Singh, 26, of Morgan Hill, self-surrendered to the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office on December 9.

According to California Department of Insurance (CDI) and California Highway Patrol (CHP) investigators, on June 12, Dhillon was driving near Interstate-5 and Interstate-80 in Sacramento when he lost control of his Acura TL and crashed into a concrete divider. After the collision, Dhillon allegedly exited the freeway and pushed his vehicle into the Sacramento Salt Pond. He then purportedly filed a report with the San Jose Police Department and his insurance company, claiming that his car had been stolen.

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