Family of Fraudsters Netted $2.9 In Life Insurance Scam

 Friday, August 11, 2017

 Cincinnati Enquirer

A Mason family has been charged in a $2.9 million life insurance scheme in which prosecutors say they bought policies for a relative who had severe medical conditions but hid those conditions from the insurer. A federal indictment unsealed Wednesday charges Mitch G. Stevenson, 53, his wife Patricia Stevenson, 57, and their 30-year-old daughter, Candace Stevenson, with conspiracy to launder money and money laundering. When the relative, who is not named in court documents, died Jan. 9, 2012, the indictment says West Coast Life Insurance Company issued a $1.5 million check to Patricia Stevenson and a $1.4 million check to Candace Stevenson.
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