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Raleigh woman accused of insurance fraud

Posted December 4, 2013

— Investigators on Wednesday arrested a Raleigh woman accused of insurance fraud after she allegedly hit a man with her car.

When the man, who broke his leg, filed a claim with her insurance company, officials with the North Carolina Department of Insurance say, Angela Denise Carter, 47, of 1300 Farm Lot Road, denied the Oct. 12 incident.

Authorities did not say what led them to charge Carter.

She was out of jail on a $20,000 bond Wednesday night.


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  • Poupmouse Dec 6, 2013

    You guys should totally redo this article when the story has actually happened. Seriously, why would you publish this before you have the most relevent, important facts?

  • mack24 Dec 6, 2013

    Again, WRAL, too little information. Denying the incident took place is not "fraudulent". Collecting unduly is.
    Hey Canes girl; Agents don't deny claims, adjusters do; but how are we to know with the lack of info.

  • rachel Dec 5, 2013

    this is unique- usually its the other way around-someone scamming to get money

  • Canes Girl Forever Dec 5, 2013

    Very odd story. Was the driver also the insurance agent who denied the claim??????????

  • Rebelyell55 Dec 5, 2013

    Well ain't that just full of information. Denied the claim, so she charged?