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Three men who pled guilty for their respective involvement in an insurance fraud scam will face the consequences. The evident motivating factor behind the hoax, at least for one of the perpetrators, was financial distress. His money woes led him to recruit the others to set fire to a pickup truck to collect insurance money.

Ulster County Court ordered Anthony Waiters, a 23-year-old Kingston, New York man to serve five years’ probation for his part in igniting the blaze. He will also pay a $630 fine and complete ten days of community service. He pleaded guilty to insurance fraud and attempted arson in February.

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