Insurance fraud charges have been filed in two separate Love County cases, Attorney General Scott Pruitt said.
Jimmy Elvis Morgan, 36, of Marietta, allegedly filed a false insurance claim, saying his vehicle was stolen. Morgan told his insurance provider he had loaned his vehicle to a friend of a friend, but it had not been returned.
He filed a police report with the Marietta Police Department. After investigation, it was determined Morgan had agreed to sell his vehicle to the friend after falling behind on payments.
Morgan is charged with one felony count of filing a false claim for insurance. If convicted, Morgan faces up to three years in prison and a fine of up to $1,000.
Deborah Leshawn McIntyre, 48, of Lancaster, Texas, is accused of  filing a false insurance claim after reporting her dentures and contact lenses were missing from her room at Winstar Hotel in Thackerville.
McIntyre was asked to provide receipts for the stolen items. When an insurance agent contacted the doctors listed on the receipts, neither doctor reported having ever treated her.
McIntyre faces one felony count of filing a false claim for insurance. If convicted, she, too, faces up to three years in prison and a fine of up to $1,000.
The Workers’ Compensation, Social Security and Insurance Fraud Unit investigates and prosecutes fraud on the part of claimants, doctors, attorneys and insurance companies. The unit also provides education and training about workers’ compensation fraud.
To report workers’ compensation, social security or insurance fraud contact the Attorney General’s Office at (405) 521-3921 or visit ok.gov/oag.