Jeremy Dewitte - Serial Police Impersonator in Central FL

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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Jeremy Dewitte may have retired his Metro State motorcycle one year ago, but the law hasn’t finished catching up to the convicted police impersonator.

Investigators filed nearly one dozen charges against Dewitte Thursday, accusing him of a years-long effort to use his funeral escort business to defraud insurance companies.

The first round of accusations related to the registration of Dewitte’s company cars and motorcycles. According to an arrest affidavit, Dewitte registered some of his Metro State vehicles with multiple insurance companies under his wife’s name and listed them as personal vehicles, in an apparent attempt to evade higher charges put on cars used for business purposes.

Had the truth been revealed about the sirens, lights and decals on the vehicles, the insurance policy would not have been issued,” an employee of one of the insurance companies told detectives.

The affidavit said Dewitte’s actions represented a common insurance fraud scheme.

Investigators added that while the vehicles were registered with the government to Metro State, Dewitte failed to update his sex offender registration within the required 48-hour period to include every car he owned.

At the same time, Dewitte was under investigation for the registration of his vehicles, detectives were collecting evidence that he was further defrauding companies with inflated damage estimates from crash scenes.

According to the affidavit, Dewitte submitted photos and invoices to an insurance company for a crash that happened in Orlando in May 2020.

Dewitte told troopers on scene that his employee was driving the car at the time, but he gave a different recounting of the events to the insurance company. In a recorded statement, Dewitte made comments that indicated he was driving the car, investigators said.

The report shows Dewitte gave the insurance company multiple photos of the “damage” that metadata revealed were taken in 2017 and 2019, up to three years before the crash happened.

Dewitte also submitted an invoice for repair work to replace his vehicle’s lights that investigators said matched an invoice he submitted to another fraudulent claim he made for an incident in Polk County in 2018. While the date was removed from the new submission, the invoice number was the same, a detective wrote.

They said charges for the 2018 incident were still pending with the State Attorney’s office. A representative for that office refused to comment on the case Friday.
 
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Chuck Finley

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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Jeremy Dewitte may have retired his Metro State motorcycle one year ago, but the law hasn’t finished catching up to the convicted police impersonator.

Investigators filed nearly one dozen charges against Dewitte Thursday, accusing him of a years-long effort to use his funeral escort business to defraud insurance companies.

The first round of accusations related to the registration of Dewitte’s company cars and motorcycles. According to an arrest affidavit, Dewitte registered some of his Metro State vehicles with multiple insurance companies under his wife’s name and listed them as personal vehicles, in an apparent attempt to evade higher charges put on cars used for business purposes.

Had the truth been revealed about the sirens, lights and decals on the vehicles, the insurance policy would not have been issued,” an employee of one of the insurance companies told detectives.

The affidavit said Dewitte’s actions represented a common insurance fraud scheme.

Investigators added that while the vehicles were registered with the government to Metro State, Dewitte failed to update his sex offender registration within the required 48-hour period to include every car he owned.

At the same time, Dewitte was under investigation for the registration of his vehicles, detectives were collecting evidence that he was further defrauding companies with inflated damage estimates from crash scenes.

According to the affidavit, Dewitte submitted photos and invoices to an insurance company for a crash that happened in Orlando in May 2020.

Dewitte told troopers on scene that his employee was driving the car at the time, but he gave a different recounting of the events to the insurance company. In a recorded statement, Dewitte made comments that indicated he was driving the car, investigators said.

The report shows Dewitte gave the insurance company multiple photos of the “damage” that metadata revealed were taken in 2017 and 2019, up to three years before the crash happened.

Dewitte also submitted an invoice for repair work to replace his vehicle’s lights that investigators said matched an invoice he submitted to another fraudulent claim he made for an incident in Polk County in 2018. While the date was removed from the new submission, the invoice number was the same, a detective wrote.

They said charges for the 2018 incident were still pending with the State Attorney’s office. A representative for that office refused to comment on the case Friday.

:rofl: We knew this was coming eventually. He’s committed blatant insurance fraud for years.
 

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Oct 9, 2001
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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Jeremy Dewitte may have retired his Metro State motorcycle one year ago, but the law hasn’t finished catching up to the convicted police impersonator.

Investigators filed nearly one dozen charges against Dewitte Thursday, accusing him of a years-long effort to use his funeral escort business to defraud insurance companies.

The first round of accusations related to the registration of Dewitte’s company cars and motorcycles. According to an arrest affidavit, Dewitte registered some of his Metro State vehicles with multiple insurance companies under his wife’s name and listed them as personal vehicles, in an apparent attempt to evade higher charges put on cars used for business purposes.

Had the truth been revealed about the sirens, lights and decals on the vehicles, the insurance policy would not have been issued,” an employee of one of the insurance companies told detectives.

The affidavit said Dewitte’s actions represented a common insurance fraud scheme.

Investigators added that while the vehicles were registered with the government to Metro State, Dewitte failed to update his sex offender registration within the required 48-hour period to include every car he owned.

At the same time, Dewitte was under investigation for the registration of his vehicles, detectives were collecting evidence that he was further defrauding companies with inflated damage estimates from crash scenes.

According to the affidavit, Dewitte submitted photos and invoices to an insurance company for a crash that happened in Orlando in May 2020.

Dewitte told troopers on scene that his employee was driving the car at the time, but he gave a different recounting of the events to the insurance company. In a recorded statement, Dewitte made comments that indicated he was driving the car, investigators said.

The report shows Dewitte gave the insurance company multiple photos of the “damage” that metadata revealed were taken in 2017 and 2019, up to three years before the crash happened.

Dewitte also submitted an invoice for repair work to replace his vehicle’s lights that investigators said matched an invoice he submitted to another fraudulent claim he made for an incident in Polk County in 2018. While the date was removed from the new submission, the invoice number was the same, a detective wrote.

They said charges for the 2018 incident were still pending with the State Attorney’s office. A representative for that office refused to comment on the case Friday.

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Feb 18, 2004
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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — Jeremy Dewitte may have retired his Metro State motorcycle one year ago, but the law hasn’t finished catching up to the convicted police impersonator.

Investigators filed nearly one dozen charges against Dewitte Thursday, accusing him of a years-long effort to use his funeral escort business to defraud insurance companies.

The first round of accusations related to the registration of Dewitte’s company cars and motorcycles. According to an arrest affidavit, Dewitte registered some of his Metro State vehicles with multiple insurance companies under his wife’s name and listed them as personal vehicles, in an apparent attempt to evade higher charges put on cars used for business purposes.

Had the truth been revealed about the sirens, lights and decals on the vehicles, the insurance policy would not have been issued,” an employee of one of the insurance companies told detectives.

The affidavit said Dewitte’s actions represented a common insurance fraud scheme.

Investigators added that while the vehicles were registered with the government to Metro State, Dewitte failed to update his sex offender registration within the required 48-hour period to include every car he owned.

At the same time, Dewitte was under investigation for the registration of his vehicles, detectives were collecting evidence that he was further defrauding companies with inflated damage estimates from crash scenes.

According to the affidavit, Dewitte submitted photos and invoices to an insurance company for a crash that happened in Orlando in May 2020.

Dewitte told troopers on scene that his employee was driving the car at the time, but he gave a different recounting of the events to the insurance company. In a recorded statement, Dewitte made comments that indicated he was driving the car, investigators said.

The report shows Dewitte gave the insurance company multiple photos of the “damage” that metadata revealed were taken in 2017 and 2019, up to three years before the crash happened.

Dewitte also submitted an invoice for repair work to replace his vehicle’s lights that investigators said matched an invoice he submitted to another fraudulent claim he made for an incident in Polk County in 2018. While the date was removed from the new submission, the invoice number was the same, a detective wrote.

They said charges for the 2018 incident were still pending with the State Attorney’s office. A representative for that office refused to comment on the case Friday.


hahahahahaahaha submitting photos with exif data :bowrofl: oh my fuck.
 

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