Unlicensed insurance broker Rosie Villegas, 51, of North Hills, pleaded no contest yesterday to one misdemeanor count of insurance fraud after failing to place auto insurance coverage for clients and misappropriating premium funds for her own personal use. Villegas was sentenced to three years of probation, 20 days of community service, and paid $1,169 in... Read More
Sacramento Area Co-Workers, Rajdeep Singh and David Bailey, Charged for Insurance Fraud and Arson in $30,000 Scheme
Co-workers Rajdeep Singh, 35, of Rocklin, and David Bailey, Jr., 29, of Sacramento, were arrested on multiple counts of insurance fraud and arson after allegedly conspiring to commit vehicular arson in order to receive an insurance payment of over $30,000. On June 24, 2019, Sacramento Fire Department (SFD) responded to a vehicle fire in a... Read More
Fullerton couple, Jamil Flores and Nelly Turcios, Charged With Insurance Fraud After Four-Car Collision
Jamil Reinery Flores, 39, and Nelly Patricia Turcios, 32, a married couple from Fullerton, were charged with multiple felony counts of insurance fraud after allegedly misrepresenting when a car accident occurred in order to file an accident claim. On June 6, 2016, Turcios was involved in a four-car collision in which she was determined to... Read More
Redding Area Parolee, Donn Lurrinda Hayden, Arrested For Insurance Fraud After Fleeing Scene of Crash
Donn Lurrinda Hayden, 36, of Anderson, was arrested today, November 12th 2020, on multiple felony counts of insurance fraud, filing a false police report, and witness intimidation for allegedly reporting her vehicle stolen after a crash and fleeing the scene. These actions were done likely in an attempt to avoid DUI charges while on parole.... Read More
Escondido Man, Juan Camilo Vargas, Arrested Claiming Vehicle Stolen At His House Rather Than In Mexico Where Actually Stolen.
Juan Camilo Vargas, 62, of Escondido, was arrested on multiple felony counts of insurance fraud and reporting a false vehicle theft after allegedly misrepresenting when and where his vehicle was stolen in order to receive an insurance claim payment. On September 8, 2019, Vargas reported to the Escondido Police Department and his insurance company that... Read More
Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah Case Now Set for Oral Arguments in Court of Appeal in DTLA for December 2nd 2020
Lead prosecutor, Dayan Mathai, for the downtown LA case of the People vs. Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah, did reply concerning the status of the Writ to the Court of Appeals on November 2nd 2020. He had not replied by November 1st, the date of this writer’s last article. He stated that briefings are completed, but... Read More
Dr. Munir Uwaydah at year’s end 2008. Copyright Lonce Lamonte, all rights reserved
Uwaydah Case Prosecution In DTLA Still Waiting On Court Of Appeal. Case Crawling Even Slower With COVID-19. Next Calendar Date January 22, 2021.
The next court proceedings in the Los Angeles case of the People vs. the Criminal Organization Munir Uwaydah are scheduled on calendar for Friday, January 22nd 2021. No defendant has yet been brought to trial. This case began as an indictment in September of 2015, and then it was refiled as a set of complaints... Read More
Work Comp Adjuster And Chiropractor Co-Conspirator Arrested By Los Angeles Authorities In $1.6 Million Operation Nicknamed Lien On Me
A workers’ compensation claims adjuster, Agop Sarafian, 65, of La Crescenta, and a chiropractor, Shahe Topjian, D.C. 65, of Granada Hills, were arrested on felony insurance fraud charges after allegedly conspiring to defraud State Compensation Insurance Fund (SCIF), by setting up fake workers’ compensation lien payments and receiving over $1.6 million. In November 2019, another... Read More