Florida Man Charged with Theft and Fraud in Property Insurance Scheme

According to investigators, Roderick Clark of Indian Harbour Beach is facing charges after filing a false claim for more than $30,000 in hurricane damages last year.

Clark claimed his home had sustained electrical damage during Hurricane Irma including having to replace 11 outlets and electronic devices that did not belong to him. According to court records, Clark also submitted a forged letter from an electrical company to USAA Insurance Co. stating that they made repairs in the about of $31,350.67.

Clark was arrested and charged with grand theft and insurance fraud.

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