Former Dade City Police Officer and Two Others Charged in Insurance Fraud Scheme

According to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, former Dade City police officer Jonathan Lance Hobby and two others, Bruce Dewayne Wilson Jr. and Carl “Chuck” Roach Jr. were arrested for insurance fraud among other charges.

Hobby, Wilson and Roach were charged with combinations of conspiracy to commit insurance fraud, filing a false police report, conspiracy to deal in stolen property and operating a chop shop. According to detectives, Hobby filed a police report and auto theft claim in May 2017 claiming his 2015 Dodge Ram 1500 truck was stolen from Rancho Bonito in Lakeland. The insurance company paid a claim to Hobby in the amount of $24,712.72.

Hobby’s truck was located at Wilson’s business, After Hours Diesel Service. Investigators say Wilson and Hobby orchestrated a scheme to falsely report the truck as stolen and sell most of its parts, which Roach knew about and actually participated in dismantling the truck.

All three suspects were arrested and booked into the Pasco County Jail.

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