BROOKLYN Middle, Minn. (FOX 9) – A Brooklyn Center person has been indicted on two counts of wire fraud for submitting fraudulent insurance coverage statements following authorities say he lit his possess property of fireplace, and spray-painted graffiti with political slogans to get insurance coverage cash.
According to court docket files, on Sept. 23, 2020, Denis Vladmirovich Molla, 29, falsely reported to regulation enforcement that another person had lit his camper on fire, and that his garage door was vandalized with spray-painted graffiti stating, “Biden 2020,” “BLM,” and an Antifa image. He also stated that his camper was focused because it had a Trump 2020 flag shown on it.
Molla submitted numerous insurance claims trying to find protection for the injury to his garage, camper, autos, and home triggered by the fire. In complete, he submitted much more than $300,000 in coverage statements, and he gained about $61,000 for the damages.
He also created and authorized other individuals to generate two GoFundMe accounts to reward himself and his household, acquiring much more than $17,000 from specific donors.
Nonetheless, when some of his insurance statements ended up denied he submitted published problems to the insurance policies organization professing it was defrauding him, when threatening to report the enterprise to the Section of Commerce and Lawyer General.
Nonetheless, next an investigation it was determined that Molla allegedly started out his very own assets on fireplace, and spray-painted the graffiti on his individual garage as well.
The case was the result of an investigation conducted by equally the FBI and the Brooklyn Center Police Department.