Stockton farmer convicted of crop insurance fraud

 Friday, February 11, 2011

 Los Angeles Times

Gregory Torlai Jr. is found guilty of making false statements in a scheme to collect $400,000 from a taxpayer-backed insurance program set up to help farmers survive when nature destroys crops. A federal jury convicted Stockton farmer Gregory P. Torlai Jr. of deceiving the government by filing fraudulent insurance claims to try to collect $400,000 from a taxpayer-backed insurance program set up to help farmers survive when nature destroys crops.
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