Fraud charges for former LASD Deputy
Fraud charges for former LASD Deputy
A former Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputy faces charges of fraud. The man allegedly claimed that he had been shot by a sniper outside the Lancaster station. He filed an insurance claim related to the case, and also filed a police report.

The man faces two felony insurance fraud charges related to a worker’s compensation claim the man filed following the incident. He also faces a misdemeanor count for allegedly filing a false police report.

The man had worked for the LASD for about a year when he claimed that an unknown person targeted him from a nearby apartment complex. He claimed that his bulletproof vest had prevented him from being more seriously injured. The man later confessed to staging the incident in August 2019. Police initially recovered a pellet gun near the apartment complex, but later determined that it was unrelated to the incident.

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