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Nursery rhymes, though most commonly associated with playgrounds and sticky fingers, have made the leap over the schoolyard fence, and into a Virginia fraud investigation. While the most popular rhymes involve a girl and her sheep, or a certain very small spider, there was one that Gordon Scott Keso really should have recited to himself before submitting his claims.

On June 30, 2006, Keso submitted a claim to his State Farm insurance agency, stating that his truck had sustained damage after running over a large I-beam on an interstate in Caroline County, Virginia. Oddly, the police were never notified of this accident.

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