Kansas Man Sentenced to Probation for Auto Insurance Fraud

June 5, 2024

Kansas Insurance Commissioner Vicki Schmidt announced that a Kansas man has been sentenced to six months of probation for insurance fraud.

Robert Heidbreder, age 30, pleaded guilty in the District Court of Sedgwick County to one misdemeanor count of insurance fraud and one misdemeanor count of attempted theft after attempting to gain insurance coverage for an uninsured vehicle after that vehicle was reported stolen. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced on May 21 to six months of probation with six months underlying prison time if his probation is violated. Heidbreder was also assessed $1,000 in fines.

The Kansas Department of Insurance investigated the case, which was prosecuted by the Kansas Attorney General’s Office.

Topics Auto Fraud Kansas

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