Georgia Woman Charged with Arson, Insurance Fraud

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 Fraud Property

A Dawson County woman said a fire that destroyed her house was an accident, but now a district attorney has issued a warrant for her arrest. The woman is facing felony charges. Nancy Phillips’ home was destroyed in March when a when a propane explosion destroyed her house on Wildwood Court in Dawsonville. Phillips told Channel 2’s Diana Davis that the home had been up for sale for more than a year. Six weeks ago, she showed Davis a letter from her insurance company. Allstate denied her entire claim, saying they believe the fire was set inentionally.

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