MAN ARRESTED FOR REGISTERING VEHICLE WITH FRAUDULENT NATIONWIDE INSURANCE COMPANY FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IDENTIFICATION CARD

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Charges:

Forgery 18 Pa C.S. § 4101 – F3

Insurance Fraud 18 Pa C.S. § 4117 – F3

Tampering with Public Records or Information 18 Pa C.S. § 4911 – F3

False Swearing 18 Pa C.S. § 4903 – M2

Unsworn Falsification to Authorities 18 Pa C.S. § 4904 – M2

Tampering With Records or Identification 18 Pa C.S. § 4104 – M1

Securing Execution of Documents by Deception 18 Pa C.S. § 4114 – M2

Philadelphia – Detectives from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Insurance Fraud Unit arrested John Jordan after receiving a referral from Nationwide Insurance Company. On July 5, 2014, Jordan was involved in an accident at the intersection of Adams Avenue and Tabor Road in Philadelphia and presented a Nationwide Insurance Company financial responsibility identification card to the driver of the other vehicle. This driver then called Nationwide in an attempt to file a claim and learned that Jordan’s policy number was fraudulent. Insurance Fraud Unit detectives retrieved Jordan’s Penndot title history and learned that Jordan used the same Nationwide Insurance financial responsibility identification card to register his 1999 Honda. Jordan was arrested for registering his vehicle with a fraudulent Nationwide Insurance Company financial responsibility identification card and then later presenting the card at the scene of an accident. Jordan was arrested for Forgery, Insurance Fraud, Tampering with Public Records or Information (F3), Tampering with Records or Information (M1), False Swearing, Unsworn Falsification to Authorities, and Securing Execution of Documents by Deception on August 29, 2016. He is next scheduled to appear in Philadelphia Municipal Court for a status listing on September 6, 2016.


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