Local Businessman Charged With Insurance Fraud After Falsely Reporting Emergency

By Ruth Caruthers

A Caldwell businessman has been charged with two counts of insurance fraud , one count of fraudualent schemes, and falsely reporting an emergency.

Ronald Cook, 62, allegedly called 911 to report a breaking and entering and vandalism at his place of business, R&D Towing, on February 26. West Virginia State Trooper M.T. Bynum responded.

Read more in the Tuesday, April 3, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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