According to the authorities in Georgia, a guy was caught faking a slip and fall accident inside of a Kroger shop.
At this time, a warrant has been issued for his arrest.
According to statements made by Georgia’s Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner John F. King on June 22, it happened in May 2022 when a guy in his forties from Dalton reported to employees of Kroger that he had fallen into a product that had spilled while he was shopping in the store.
“The suspect then reported the incident to his insurance company and Sedgwick Claims Management Services with the intent to seek damages through a Personal Injury lawsuit,” King said in a statement. Sedgwick Claims Management Services is a claims management service.
On the other hand, according to the authorities, the surveillance film showed him purposefully lowering himself into the spill.
According to King, the individual lied to detectives when he spoke with them over the phone in an effort to divert their attention away from the trail he was following.
According to official statements, warrants for the man’s arrest were issued on June 15 for the crimes of insurance fraud and obstruction.
About 90 miles to the northwest of Atlanta is where you’ll find Dalton.
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