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California Cop On Workers’ Comp Caught Weightlifting

 Monday, July 11, 2016

 Santa Barbara Independent

A Santa Barbara police officer charged with insurance fraud was competing in “strongman” contests for at least two years while on paid injury leave, records show. An officer since September 2011, Jacob Finerty, of Newbury Park, began claiming workers’ compensation benefits sometime after June 2013, when he reported he hurt himself while on duty. The nature of the physical injury has not been disclosed. Last year, Finerty collected a base salary of $85,182.78, or $133,619.05 with benefits. He collected a similar amount the year prior.
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