The Institutes

Judicial Marshal Charged With Workers’ Compensation Fraud, Larceny

 Tuesday, June 14, 2016

 State Of Connecticut Div Of Criminal Justice

A Bridgeport man who was supposedly rendered unable to work as a state judicial marshal due to on-the-job injuries was arrested today and charged illegally collecting Workers’ Compensation benefits after he was seen working a security job at a Stamford bar. AMADOR NUNEZ, age 41, of 62 Benham Avenue, Bridgeport, was arrested by Inspectors from the Workers’ Compensation Fraud Control Unit in the Office of the Chief State’s Attorney and charged with one count of Fraudulent Claim or Receipt of Benefits and one count of Larceny in the First Degree by Defrauding a Public Community.
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