|By Meghann M. Cuniff, The Orange County Register|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Prosecutors requested high bonds, but a judge allowed them to leave jail after their
"I would very much like my side of the story told," she said.
The couple is accused with
Prosecutors say Wilkinson and Frisch offered the three free insurance if they paid a first-time premium but would be reimbursed for what they would have paid for a full year of coverage.
Prosecutors say the Putnams and Banuelos didn't indicate in their applications that they were being reimbursed for the premium, and they let the policies lapse after a year without paying anything more while Wilkinson and Frisch in turn collected
Wilkinson and Frisch each are charged with four felony counts of grand theft, with sentencing enhancement allegations for causing more than
They face up to 12 years in prison if convicted.
Like the Putnams, Banuelos is charged with a single felony count of grand theft and faces up to five years in prison if convicted.
The five arrests
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