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In November 2004, Robert L. Whiteside submitted a receipt to State Farm Fire and Casualty Company, claiming that his chrome rims and tires had been stolen from his residence during a burglary. The insurance company reimbursed the Kentucky resident a total of $3,965 for the parts, but when special investigators at the company began to review the receipt, Whiteside’s story just wasn’t adding up.


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