Former Police Chief Charged With Insurance Fraud

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015 Property

A former police chief has been charged with an insurance scam in Dekalb County Alabama. The Sheriff reports that Thomas and Glenn Fuller have been arrested by State Fire Marshall investigators. Despite the same last name, they are not related.
But they did live together. The investigation dates back to a house fire in Valley Head last October. Tom Fuller was police chief at the nearby Hammondville Police Department at the time. Fuller is no stranger to home disasters. WHNT reported on fire that destroyed his home in 2013. They noted that it was the third home he had lost, two to fires and one to the tornadoes of 2011.

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