Philadelphia Man Charged with Fraudulent Insurance Card


January 13, 2014:  The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office has charged 26 year old Isaiah Mack with Insurance Fraud, Forgery, and Unsworn Falsifying.

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Insurance Fraud Unit (IFU) detectives began to investigate Isaiah Mack after receiving a referral from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Trial Unit. The referral indicated that on February 5, 2013, Mack was involved in two accidents while driving his 1994 Buick. During one of these accidents, Mack presented an Access Insurance Company financial responsibility identification card to an officer which was later deemed invalid. Detectives retrieved Mack’s certified title history which indicated that Mack had used this fraudulent financial responsibility card to register his Buick on July 30, 2012. Detectives contacted a representative from Access Insurance Company who confirmed that the listed policy number was not connected to a valid account nor did Mack hold any other policies with the company.  

Mack was arrested for Insurance Fraud, Forgery and Unsworn Falsifying on January 13, 2014. Mack waived his preliminary hearing and is next scheduled to be formally arraigned in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas on February 11, 2014.

ADA John Doyle and Detective Gilbert Brook are specially assigned to this case.



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