Couple arrested on insurance fraud charge

Published: Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 10:26 AM.

Denise Zdenahlik, senior investigator with Cotton States Mutual Insurance Co., told Lindsay that the claim has not been settled and alleges that the Laurels’ insurance claim was inflated. She cited the example of an Atmosphere Air Purifier purchased from Amway that was lost in the fire. The Laurels listed the price of the air purifier as $1,150.25, while receipts from Amway show the actual price was $698.75. The air purifier was purchased on Dec. 21, eight days prior to the fire loss, according to the affidavit.

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