Charges: Woodbury Man Faked Loss of $25K Diamond Ring

Investigators say they saw Alberto Jose Marzan's fiancée wearing the ring he claimed was lost to collect insurance money, the Woodbury Bulletin reported.

Gavel. File image
Gavel. File image
A Woodbury man told an insurance company he'd lost a $25,000 diamond ring before he'd even taken possession of it—and later, surveillance showed his fiancée, also of Woodbury, wearing the ring, according to the Woodbury Bulletin

Alberto Jose Marzan, 38, faces one felony count each of insurance fraud and theft by swindle, the newspaper reported Tuesday. A Minnesota Department of Commerce Fraud Bureau agent arrested Marzan Nov. 27 at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, where he had a ticket on a departing flight. He was released from Washington County jail after posting $5,000 on a conditional bond. 

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Edith Murcer December 11, 2013 at 05:01 PM
Liars figure and figures lie.
yomammy December 12, 2013 at 08:11 AM
and if that mocking bird don't sing....


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