Life insurance scam when husband sends hitman’s instructions to ex-boss

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A man allegedly texted “kill my wife” in a text to the wrong person when he wanted the woman murdered. A Washington man attempted to run a life insurance scam by hiring a hitman to kill his wife but ended up texting the information to the wrong person. The 42 year old father allegedly attempted to text the killer, but sent the message to his former boss, instead. Upon receiving the more-than-concerning text, the ex-boss proceeded to call the police to investigate. The man, Jeff Lytle, was arrested on two…

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Insurance fraud plot led Vietnam woman to cut off her limbs

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The woman has admitted to paying for an amputation to be able to make a claim on a policy. A Vietnamese woman has now admitted to a gruesome form of insurance fraud. In order to obtain a payout on a policy she held, police say she claimed to have been hit by a train. In truth, she had paid to have her foot and part of her arm cut off. The woman was thirty years old at the time and pretended to have been struck by a passing train. Ly…

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Suspicious insurance policy purchases may offer evidence in murder case

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A police chief accused of murdering his pregnant fiancée purchased massive amounts of coverage beforehand. In South Dakota, a former police chief has now been accused of the murder of his pregnant fiancée in what had previously appeared to be a hunting accident but that has since turned suspicious when it was discovered that more than one life insurance policy was purchased only a few months ahead of the death. Over $750,000 in life insurance coverage was taken out by the couple months before she died. The man in question,…

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Woman admits to murder to collect life insurance benefits

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Crystal Williams has been accused of killing her husband, Shane A. Williams, to receive a policy payout. A South Carolina woman named Crystal Williams has been accused of murdering her husband, Shane Williams, in order to be able to collect on the benefits from his life insurance policy. Williams has now pleaded guilty to the charges of conspiracy and murder in her husband’s death. Initially, the woman claimed that she had been sleeping at the time when her husband had been shot and killed by an intruder. Deputies had been…

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Man pleads guilty to murder in life insurance fraud case

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The individual has admitted to helping a friend kill his wife in order to claim the policy’s benefits. A DNA match in evidence from a murder case has led a man to plead guilty to having helped his friend to kill his wife so that benefits could be claimed on the life insurance policy that had been taken out for her. Initially, Dellendo Campbell had thought that he was not going to be caught for his involvement in the murder. The reason that Campbell believed that he wouldn’t be caught…

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Life insurance fraud in Georgia ends in the death of a toddler in a hot car

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The father responsible for leaving the child in the overheated vehicle allegedly had a plan to collect. New information has now been revealed about the Georgia man, Justin Ross Harris, who has been charged with the murder of his toddler son by leaving him locked inside a hot car all day, as it has been discovered that the man had provided family members with instructions regarding the collection of two life insurance policies that had been taken out on the child. The documents with this additional information on the case…

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Life insurance fraud sends man to jail for murdering his son

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A New York man who killed his son to be able to collect benefits payouts has been sentenced to prison. A man named Karl Karlsen, who, in November, pled guilty to a charge of second degree murder of his son in order to commit life insurance fraud, has now been sentenced to 15 years to life in prison. The man was able to collect the payout of $700,000 on his son’s policies, as he was the beneficiary. Karlsen, 53 years old, admitted to shifting a truck off a truck under…

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