Philadelphia – Detectives from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Insurance Fraud Unit investigated Christopher Turino after receiving a referral from Erie Insurance Company. On April 3, 2014, Turino was involved in an accident with two other vehicles, one of which was an Erie insured. Turino fled the scene of the accident; however, the police noted the license plate number of his 2004 Volvo and later discovered that the car had been registered with a fraudulent Capitol One Insurance company financial responsibility identification card. Detectives from the Insurance Fraud Unit retrieved the title history of the 2004 Volvo and learned that Turino had registered the car with a Capitol Insurance Company financial responsibility identification card on January 24, 2014. Detectives contacted representatives from the company who confirmed that the card was fraudulent. Turino was arrested for Forgery and Insurance Fraud on February 7, 2015. He is next listed in Philadelphia Municipal Court for a status listing on February 13, 2015.
MAN REGISTERS VOLVO WITH FRAUDULENT CAPITOL ONE INSURANCE COMPANY FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IDENTIFICATION CARD