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Last year, Gerald Lamont Warren’s mother reported her car stolen, filed a claim, and waited patiently for developments. Imagine her surprise upon later learning that her 1999 Honda Accord was not “stolen” at all, at least in the traditional sense, and that her own son had flipped the ride to make a quick buck.

Following the investigation by the North Carolina Department of Insurance, authorities arrested Gerald Lamont Warren, 31, charging him with one count of obtaining property by false pretense.

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