Car Insurance Payments Stolen By Agent

Charged with  not remitting car insurance payments, an auto insurance agent from Westfield, New Jersey was charged with theft. The Attorney General in New Jersey identified the accused as Virginia Larsen.  She was charged missapplication of car insurance payments, entrusted property and property of the government. Larsen works as an insurance agent and  company officer for Larsen Global Marine.  Larsen is an insurance company in New Jersey.  In Larsen’s indictment,  between July 29, 2009 and August 31, 2009, she was able to obtain $148,739  in car insurance payments. The prosecutors declared that Larsen did not remit the car insurance payments that was intended for an Insurance Company. Larsen was said to have been entrusted with the car insurance payments but have kept the funds for her own use. Under New Jersey state law, second degree charges carry a maximum penalty of 10 years in a state prison and fines of $150,000.

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