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Every week, one hears stories of fraudulent auto claims—whether someone torched their car, purposefully got in an accident, or arranged for their car to be “stolen” in order to receive a payout from their insurer. However, it is not often that one hears of one of these false claims being filed in order for the insured to rent a car for use in a drive-by shooting.

In November of 2009, 28-year-old Mildred Grant alleged she was involved in a car accident. Her boyfriend, Akim Webster, had been driving Grant’s leased 2000 Mercedes Benz E320 when the crash occurred. Webster was arrested at the scene for driving without a license and the vehicle was towed.

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