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A Hanamalu, Kauai married couple will be trading in warm rays and Hawaiian sunsets for the depressing glare of fluorescent jail-cell lighting after perpetrating insurance fraud. As it turns out, crime really doesn’t pay, especially in Hawaii.

According to the Hawaii Insurance Division, Clifford Cabinatan and Kelly Teves-Cabinatan will serve time and face other serious consequences for committing fraud and theft of more than $6,000 from GEICO Casualty. In May 2006, Clifford Cabinatan intentionally damaged his vehicle during a domestic dispute. Witnesses as well as police reports confirmed the incident. However, the deceitful duo dialed the Kauai Police Department and GEICO Casualty, claiming that their vehicle had been vandalized.

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