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Rexburg Woman Sentenced for Insurance Fraud

BOISE, ID – Attorney General Lawrence Wasden has announced an eastern Idaho woman was sentenced Monday, January 8, for one count of insurance fraud.

Seventh District Judge Gregory Moeller sentenced 43-year-old Malorie J. Warner of Rexburg after she pleaded guilty in November.

Judge Moeller sentenced Warner to three years of felony probation on a withheld judgment. He ordered her to serve 15 days in jail, 100 hours of community service, pay a $500 fine and restitution. Warner will pay $1,308 to the Idaho Department of Insurance and $750 to Aflac.

Warner was an insurance producer for Aflac in Rexburg. While selling insurance, she filed fraudulent medical claims with Aflac on behalf of herself and her immediate family. The company referred the fraudulent claims to the state Department of Insurance. As a result of the department’s investigation, the state revoked Warner’s insurance license on April 3, 2017. The revocation is effective for five years.

The case was prosecuted by Deputy Attorney General Jessica Cafferty in the Attorney General’s Special Prosecutions Unit.

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