Alabama woman pleads guilty to false insurance claims

The state Attorney General’s Office on Thursday announced the conviction of a Montgomery woman in the theft of several thousand dollars from an Elba insurance company. Lashondra Moore, 31, pleaded guilty in Coffee County Court to first-degree theft, which is a Class B felony. According to court records, Moore made false claims for cancer and neurological treatments and stole a total of $13,278. Moore was sentenced to 32 months, which was suspended for five years probation. She also was ordered to pay full restitution to National Security Insurance Group.

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