Horse trailer sale gets Oklahoma man accused of insurance fraud
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March 28, 2012 NORMAN, OK — Chad Edward Grensky says he sold an $85,000 horse
trailer, but the attorney general’s office and Farmers Insurance aren’t so sure.
On Monday, in the Cleveland County district court, Assistant Attorney General Marc S. Pate filed a charge of conspiracy to commit a felony against Grensky, 41, accusing him of insurance fraud.
According to the probable cause affidavit attached to the charge, Grensky planned to split the proceeds of a false insurance claim with a former employee, Mae Curtis, after allegedly directing her to purchase an insurance policy for a trailer and later to report the trailer as stolen.
Curtis, allegedly under Grensky’s direction, took out the insurance policy March 16, 2011, with Farmers Insurance agent Taylor Moore in Norman.
The Oklahoma State Courts Network indicates that a warrant for Grensky’s arrest was issued Monday. His bond has been set at $5,000.
Resource: By Joel Pruett The Norman Transcript The Norman Transcript, http://normantranscript.com/headlines/x1615715812/Man-accused-of-insurance-fraud
Posted at Wednesday, March 28, 2012 in General