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A California school district employee has been arraigned on multiple counts of grand theft and insurance fraud after allegedly making misrepresentations following a COVID-19 diagnosis in an attempt to collect over $33,000 in workers’ compensation benefits.

The California Department of Insurance launched an investigation into the employee’s conduct after receiving a claim of suspected fraud from the Baldwin Park Unified School District, the employer. The investigation revealed that the employee made several misrepresentations with the goal of extending a workers’ compensation claim that she submitted to her employer after she received a COVID-19 diagnosis.

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