West Virginia Insurance Agent, Building Owner Sentenced for Arson Scheme

 Wednesday, May 28, 2014

 insurance Journal

A West Virginia insurance agent and a building owner were sentenced in federal court last week in connection with a Logan arson scheme. U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin said that James Gregory Glick, 44, of Logan, was sentenced to seven years, three months in prison, while William Jamey Thompson, 45, of Chapmanville, was sentenced to five years in prison, both for a conspiracy to burn a building in downtown Logan and fraudulently collect the insurance proceeds.
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