Car Insurance Scam Update: Silver Jeep Towed To Ratchet’s House From Central Auto Body, Ratchet’s Husband Has Multiple Arrests For Moving Violations And His Pinterest Page Is Covered With Cars And Motorcycles
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Every day people keep messaging us about this car insurance scam story we’ve been covering. We thank you. The more you send us the more we get to investigate. And we LOVE to investigate. Here’s our updates from today:
- The Silver Jeep that was involved in one of the staged crashes, which was initially sitting at Central Auto Body on Park Ave, was towed to 14 Ferraro Street. This is home to Tanya Hutchins and Sixto Raul Villalobos. Hutchins is the career deadbeat who has been evicted from public housing three times, yet still has a nice car registered in her name. Ferraro Street is a dead end, dirt road. They figured we wouldn’t find it there. But we did. Because Turtleboy is always watching.
- Sixto Raul Villalobos has been arrested several times, most of which involve moving violations in vehicles. These include charges of leaving an accident scene after property damage (sounds familiar), driving with a suspended license (wonder why the car is insured in his wife’s name, even though she clearly has no credit or the ability to afford a car), driving an unregistered vehicle (that’s why you just get the car insured in your wife’s name), driving an uninsured vehicle, drug charges, and resisting arrest:
- Sixto’s Pinterest page (yes, apparently some dudes have Pinterest pages) is covered with pictures of motorcycles and car shows, many of which say, “my work” suggesting he has a background in auto body:
Let’s play hypothetical here. You’re involved in a car insurance scam. You can’t register a car in your name because you’ve been arrested so many times for moving violations. You marry a deadbeat, and register a car in her name, because her multiple trips to housing court don’t prevent this from happening. You involve yourself in a staged car crash, and then call up your buddy’s from Pat’s Towing and they bring it to your other buddy’s at Central Auto Body. Everyone gets paid. Pat’s makes money on the tow. Central gets paid by the insurance company for the body work. And the guys doing the crashing get paid under the table for their services. Everyone is a winner except the insurance company, but it’s no big deal for them because they just pass it on in the form of higher premiums to their customers.
Hypothetically speaking it would certainly seem like a plan that could work. Hypothetically of course.
Clearly, something is going on here. Sixto just recently married this chick.
He’s obsessed with fixing up cars. Next thing you know a car registered in his deadbeat wife’s name ends up in an insurance scam car crash, and finds its way over to Central Auto Body – a place that is suspected of shady dealings we will be blogging about in the near future. And Sixto is Facebook friends with Mike Sweeney, the owner of Central Auto Body:
We are told by a lot of sources that Central Auto Body has been in on insurance scams like this for years. We have no way to prove it right now, but make no mistake about it – if there’s any truth to this, we will find out.
If Central Auto Body would like to clear this up with us, we invited them to message us on Facebook or email us to share their side of the story.
In the meantime, how come no one is getting arrested? I mean, we got them on video purposely crashing cars into each other on city streets. I understand that the insurance companies will handle the fraud aspect of this, but is it legal to purposely crash cars? They’re tying up valuable first responder resources and endangering any civilians in that area.
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