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A New Jersey man is now facing the consequences for attempting to obtain tens of thousands of dollars from his insurer for property that never actually went missing as he had claimed it did.

Casey M. Wendling, 28, of Millville, N.J., filed a false vehicle theft claim to Lincoln General Insurance Company after his 2007 Peterbilt tractor had “gone missing.” However, leaving the tractor on his property after filing the false claim didn’t make things easier for Wendling.

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