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  • Former Allstate adjuster pleads guilty in fraud case

    Arleatha Battle Martin, a former claims adjuster for Allstate Insurance in Macon, pleaded guilty Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, to her part in an insurance fraud scheme that defrauded the insurance company of nearly $80,000. Martin, the wife of a Jones County commissioner, was sentenced to 15 years, three of them in prison, during a Bibb County Superior Court hearing. Video by Amy Leigh Womack

Arleatha Battle Martin, a former claims adjuster for Allstate Insurance in Macon, pleaded guilty Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, to her part in an insurance fraud scheme that defrauded the insurance company of nearly $80,000. Martin, the wife of a Jones County commissioner, was sentenced to 15 years, three of them in prison, during a Bibb County Superior Court hearing. Video by Amy Leigh Womack Amy Leigh Womack The Telegraph
Arleatha Battle Martin, a former claims adjuster for Allstate Insurance in Macon, pleaded guilty Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, to her part in an insurance fraud scheme that defrauded the insurance company of nearly $80,000. Martin, the wife of a Jones County commissioner, was sentenced to 15 years, three of them in prison, during a Bibb County Superior Court hearing. Video by Amy Leigh Womack Amy Leigh Womack The Telegraph

Commissioner’s wife sentenced to prison in insurance fraud scheme

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