Officers with a North Carolina company have accused a mom and son of falsely telling an insurance coverage firm that her automotive and truck had been struck a number of instances by deer and different animals.
A information launch from state Insurance coverage Commissioner Mike Causey on Thursday says Martha Jeffries Inman, 68, and her son, Cecil Dwayne Roberson, 43, of Stoneville, had been charged with insurance coverage fraud.
Particular brokers with the division say Inman secured greater than $10,000 from an insurance coverage firm by making the false claims about animal collisions. In keeping with the division, the offenses occurred between October 2019 and January 2021.
Inman was additionally charged with acquiring property by false pretense. Roberson was additionally charged with aiding and abetting Inman in acquiring property by false pretense. All costs are felonies, the information launch mentioned.
As well as, Roberson is accused of presenting an announcement supporting his mom’s complete insurance coverage declare.