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Huntington Beach former adjuster gets 180-day jail sentence after stealing over $130,000 from clients
Former licensed public adjuster John Schoon, 54, of Huntington Beach, was sentenced to 180 days in county jail and five years of felony probation after pleading guilty to three felony counts of embezzlement and one felony count of forgery. Schoon stole over $132,000 in claims proceeds for clients by forging signatures and guarantee stamps.
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCENEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:September 24, 2019CONTACT: Byron Tucker or Michael Soller (916) 492-3566 / (213) 399-8051 cell SAN MATEO, Calif. — Derek James Rudd, 48, of Yuba City, was convicted and sentenced last week to 10 days...
Some of De La Torre’s victims became aware of the crimes when they were in car accidents and upon filing a claim with the insurance company found they had no coverage or their coverage had been cancelled for non-payment. Other victims became aware when they received notices from the DMV indicating registration was suspended due to no proof of insurance.
According to Department of Insurance detectives, Huang lied about material information in order to secure multiple different IncomeAssure policies, under multiple different identities. Examples of Huang’s deception include providing false names, altering notarized documents, misrepresenting the times of employment, and submitting completely forged documents from companies where he never worked.
“Stealing from insurance companies hits all of us in the wallet because the loss is passed on to the consumer,” District Attorney Summer Stephan said. “These defendants carried on their criminal enterprise for years until the joint task force’s outstanding work stopped them in their tracks.”
Herbert Allen Kelly III, 65, of Rancho Murieta, owner of Kelly Roofing Company, was arrested Friday on six felony counts of workers’ compensation fraud after allegedly underreporting his business’ payroll and number of employees resulting in a loss to his insurer of $50,000.
LONG BEACH, Calif. — Insurance agent Richard Valdriz, 52, has been charged with thirteen felony counts including identity theft, forgery, and grand theft after an investigation by the California Department of Insurance found that he had used the identity of...
The department’s investigation revealed that the insurance company never issued any policies for the victim nor was Gomez an appointed agent with the insurance company.
Santa Barbara insurance agent arrested after allegedly leaving client uninsured during 2018 mudslides
California Department of Insurance detectives today arrested insurance agent Mark Lynch, 40, on 13 felony counts of grand theft, embezzlement, and money laundering after allegedly collecting over $72,425 in insurance premium payments from five clients while leaving one client uninsured during the Montecito mudslides in January 2018.
Department arrests suspects in San Diego organized auto fraud ring in $500,000 Operation Dealer’s Choice
Suspects in this case used various schemes including intercepting policies on a vehicle that had pre-existing damage, filing claims shortly after the policy’s date of inception, then letting the policy lapse shortly after collecting a check for their loss due to non-payment.