Family Charged With Arson Had History of Insurance Fraud

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016 Fraud Property

A fully engulfed house fire back in January has now been determined an arson and fraud case. The residence belonging to Samuel Taylor and Justin Taylor was heavily damaged in the blaze. Jones County Sheriff’s Fire Investigator Scott Gable investigated the scene where he determined the residence was barely furnished before the fire. According to a news release issued by the sheriff’s department, the insurance policy was owned by Lisa Thornton, Justin’s mother. The insurance company contacted investigators after Thornton submitted a list of items that she claimed were damaged in the fire.

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