Mass. Business Owner Admits $30K Insurance Fraud

 Friday, December 30, 2011

 The Salem News

A Swampscott man who ran a Peabody auto glass repair business admitted yesterday to filing nearly $30,000 worth of phony insurance claims for work he didn’t do. Robert Giller, 53, pleaded guilty in Salem Superior Court to a total of 40 counts, including 20 counts of filing false insurance claims, 18 counts of felony larceny and two counts of attempted larceny.
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