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Court Upholds Police Officer's Conviction for Comp Fraud

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 | 861 | 0 | 35 min read

A California appellate court upheld a police officer’s conviction for workers’ compensation fraud. Case: People v. Natividad, No. G055248, 11/08/2019, unpublished. Facts: Ryan P. Natividad worked for the Costa Mesa Police Department. He filed a workers’ compensation claim asserting he injured his hand in September 2014 while booking a suspect, but surveillance footage from the jail showed the incident that Natividad reported never occurred. Procedural history: Natividad was arraigned on one felony count of insurance fraud and one felony count of making a fraudulent stateme...

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