Worcester Police Need To Arrest These Ratchets Caught On Security Cam Staging Multiple Accidents For Insurance Fraud On Snowy Night
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Reader Email: I’ve had people stage accidents in front of my house to get insurance money the last 2 nights. They probably didn’t know i have security cameras on my house. They do it for insurance money. Two cars pull near my house and talk. One parks and the occupants exit the vehicle. The other car drives back up the hill, turns around, then speeds down the hill and slams into the parked car. They call the police to get a police report. Then all the people involved file bogus injury claims. Sending this to you because I know you guys like to expose criminals and frauds. Here’s two videos……
Story checks out. First the sedan pulls up behind the white SUV, and the driver of the SUV gets out and talks to the driver of the sedan.
Then the driver of the sedan puts the car in reverse, and parks is at the bottom of the hill, as was clearly discussed when the SUV driver got out of the vehicle.
The white SUV then turns around and drives up the hill.
The driver and passenger in the sedan exit the vehicle, as they know it’s about to get plowed into.
Then the SUV comes flying down the hill and goes smashy-smash.
Of course it makes perfect sense to the insurance claims adjustor because it’s snowing, it’s hilly, and it’s Worcester – a place where roads are like a third world country. No one would ever question the veracity of a claim like this. Unless of course it was caught on camera and documented by Turtleboy.
This “accident” happened at the intersection of Bancroft and Kingsbury Street in Worcester:
The security camera that caught the footage was on Page Street, right around the bend. For those of you not familiar with Worcester, this is a shitty neighborhood, and not exactly a street anyone would use to travel through in order to get from point A to point B. In other words, it seems like the ideal place for a couple ratchets to put together a bootleg insurance fraud scam.
The crazy part is it was one of TWO “accidents” staged at that exact same spot on back to back nights – so clearly the message is out in the ratchet community – this is the place to go to if you’re looking to make some cash on an insurance claim:
Once again, here are the sewer guppies getting out of their vehicle:
Notice this time when they get out of the car they stand next to the brick building, ready to watch their brilliant plan come to fruition. Because there’s nothing shady about standing in the middle of a snowstorm in the hood, watching traffic. They even had a lookout this time, who walks up the hill (to tell the other SUV driver that it’s time to smash into shit), and then comes down the hill to let his ghetto booger friends know that the show is about to start:
And right on cue – SMASH!!!
And the hoodrats emerge from their hiding spots and pretend to see if the driver is alright:
How they explain to the police why a parked car was kept running unattended in the hood is beyond me. But police filing a report is part of the scam. It gives them something to go to the insurance company with. Our source told the WPD that it was a staged incident, offered to show them the video, but they were not interested in it. You know we always back the police at Turtleboy Sports, and we understand their lives would be easier if this was a legitimate accident instead of something that needs to be investigated, but this is probably something that should be looked into. Just sayin.
This scheme is fucked up for a number of reasons:
- It ties of valuable first responder resources during a time when they will be most needed
- It forces some police officer to write a report that he or she really didn’t want to write
- It jacks up the cost of insurance for everyone
- It endangers other people in that neighborhood who could’ve easily gotten hit if they were in the wrong place at the wrong time
The police read Turtleboy Sports. Everyone knows that. They also have a copy of the accident report. They know exactly who was driving these cars, and who they were registered to. And now they have indisputable proof that both of these accidents were staged as part of insurance fraud schemes. We can go down to the WPD and get the incident report ourselves, write a blog about it, and expose the ratchet parties involved. Or the police could just do that for us, since this is what our tax dollars pay for. Either way, we will find out who they are, and they will get the full Turtleboy treatment once we do so.
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