Two men from Cambria County face a series of crime charges after state investigators accused

them of submitting fraudulent insurance complaints in 2020 with an agent in Arnold for three vehicles they had together

Calvin Marcell Booker, 26, and David James Gaida, 23, both from the 400 Bloc of Gallitan Road to Cresson,

were charged by an office agent of the State Attorney General with 16 COMPLAIN - including a Dozen are crimes

Which include insurance fraud, a conspiracy, theft by deception and deposit of false documents.

They face preliminary hearings before the district judge of New Kensington, Frank J. Pallone Jr., on June 30, according to the judicial archives.

The agent wrote in a criminal complaint invoicing the pair that they added a 2002 Chevrolet Corvette

to an existing Geico insurance policy after having received an opinion that 

The police would be canceled on October 26, 2020, for having omitted to pay bonuses.

The day the policy was to expire, they filed a request for damage caused to the Corvette by splashes of paint while

Following a truck of line paint, said the complaint. This complaint was rejected by the company on November 11.

About 45 minutes after filing the complaint, the men obtained a policy of a state agricultural 

Agent in Arnold without disclosing that the painting was damaged, said the complaint.

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