A Connecticut man initially from Haiti has been sentenced for his position in a scheme to defraud insurance coverage corporations by way of staged automotive crashes.
Jacques Fleurijeune was sentenced Monday in federal courtroom in New Haven to 5 months in jail and three years of probation. As a result of he has already served the time, he was detained by immigration authorities.
Prosecutors say the 28-yr-previous New London man was a part of a gaggle of people that staged about 50 automotive crashes from 2011 by means of 2014. Many have been single-car accidents on distant roads with no witnesses aside from the occupants of the crashed car. They then filed fraudulent insurance coverage claims, accumulating from $10,000 to $30,000 per accident.
He pleaded responsible in February to conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in reference to one crash.