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Monroe County, Pa. man accused of faking break-in

 Wednesday, January 15, 2014

 Pocono Record

A Coolbaugh Township man has been charged after he allegedly faked a break-in at his home late last month in an apparent insurance scam. Police say Robert Milazzo, 39, attempted to make an insurance claim of more than $15,000 after he staged a break-in at his home on Juniper Drive in A Pocono Country Place on Dec. 29. But police were aware more than 12 hours in advance, when they say they were tipped off by a neighbor tasked with watching Milazzo’s roommate’s cats.
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