|By Times-Herald, Vallejo, Calif.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Armand Eulano, 45, also was ordered to pay about
Eulano formerly co-owned and operated G Collision at
According to the
An additional discrepancy was discovered regarding the painting of the rear bumper, she added.
Subsequently, Farmers conducted a random re-inspection of eleven other vehicles it had recently paid G Collision to repair and found there were similar deviations from agreed-upon repairs on all of them. Many of the damaged vehicles were simply patched with filler material, such as Bondo, and painted, rather than fitted with new replacement parts as specified and paid for by the insurance company.
Prosecutors filed a criminal complaint in October, charging Eulano with insurance fraud and grand theft against
As part of a plea agreement, Eulano also has been placed on formal probation.
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