Sisters accused of car-insurance fraud

TRENTON-- Two sisters allegedly lied to an insurance company about which of them was driving when their car was involved in an accident two years ago, Attorney General Christopher Porrino said Friday. Labre Hodge, 25, of Pine Hill, and 26-year-old Brittney...

Sisters accused of car-insurance fraud

TRENTON-- Two sisters allegedly lied to an insurance company about which of them was driving when their car was involved in an accident two years ago, Attorney General Christopher Porrino said Friday.

Labre Hodge, 25, of Pine Hill, and 26-year-old Brittney Hodge of Pennsauken were charged Friday with conspiracy. Labre Hodge was also charged with insurance fraud and attempted theft by deception.

Authorities say Brittney was driving Labre's Chevrolet Aero in Camden in March 2015 when it was hit by another car that had run a stop sign. Brittney, who was alone in the car, allegedly called Labre, who came to the scene almost an hour later.

The women later told the insurance carrier, GEICO, that Labre had been driving and Brittney had been a passenger. Labre filed a false claim seeking $5,000 for medical bills and $950 in lost wages, according to the indictment.

 

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