Twenty-One Arrested In Alleged Auto Rate-Evasion FRAUD
Posted by Irizarry & Irizarry Assoc., Inc. on
Do you often notice a Pennsylvania or Virginia Plate while driving in New York?
Is that person just insuring a car in PA or VA to save money?
If that is not their primary residence it is Insurance Fraud.
Between October 7 – 25, 2010, twenty-one individuals were arrested on Dauphin County warrants.
According to the Criminal Complaints, New York residents, Enock Adulte, Nelson Alameda, Marie Cantave, Dayna Lamour-Jean, Camille DeRose, Rose Edmond, Mymose Edouard, Antione Etienne, Antony Hines,Okechukwu Isienyi, Andy Jean, Valdo Jean, Krystle Lamy, Therese Lewis, Nicolas Louisor, Marie Maxis,Mahd Rawashdeh, Joel Saintelus, William Senat, Mark Steward and Vitelius Pierre,
sought and obtained less expensive auto insurance from theAmerican Independent Insurance Company (AIIC)
by falsely representing that he or she lived in Pennsylvania. Furthermore, the Complaint stated these individuals
provided PA addresses to fraudulently obtain title and registration for their vehicle(s). Several of them
also obtained a PA driver’s license.
The above listed individuals have been charged with two counts of Insurance Fraud (F3 & M1), one
count of Criminal Conspiracy (F3), one count of Unsworn Falsification to Authorities (M2) and one count of
False Application for Certificate of Title/Registration (M1).