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An Oregon man will be serving 65 months in federal prison and paying a large fine for aggravated theft and wire fraud as part of an insurance fraud scheme.

The wrongful actions of Timothy Devon Huntley, Jr., 45, were discovered by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB). Investigators discovered multiple suspicious insurance claims with which he was associated, and the case was passed along to the Financial Crimes Unit of the Eugene, Ore. Police Department, the city in which Huntley resided.

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