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fraud file If convicted of the top count, each defendant faces a maximum of one to four years in prison.

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Five individuals have been arrested in New York and charged with participating in an auto insurance scheme in which they allegedly purchased or increased automobile insurance policy coverage after their vehicles already had been damaged and then misrepresented the dates of loss in claims submitted to their insurance carriers.

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