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Four charged after alleged insurance fraud

Carlisle Magistrates Court
Carlisle Magistrates Court

Two-men and a woman from Penrith and a man from Carlisle have appeared at North and West Cumbria Magistrates court.

The court was told the allegations are related to making a false insurance claim stating a blue BMW 320d car had been stolen when it had not, intending to make a gain namely, £17k for Lucy and James Dixon.

The alleged arson is related to the burning out of a vehicle namely, a blue BMW 320d on June 10, 2016.

Mrs Lucy Jane Dixon, 38, gave her address as Montana, Skirwith, Penrith, is charged with conspiring to commit fraud by false representation between June 9 and 12, 2016 at Penrith, conspiring to commit arson on June 10, 2016 and committing an act or series of acts with intent to pervert the course of justice, between June 9 and 12, 2016.

David Dixon, 46, of Pennine View, Penrith, is charged with conspiring to commit fraud by false representation and conspiring to commit arson.

James Dixon, 43, of Montana, Skirwith, Penrith, is charged with conspiring to commit fraud by false representation and committing arson.

Kenneth Steven Loughran, 46, of Arnside Road, Harraby in Carlisle, is charged with conspiring to commit fraud by false representation and arson.

As these allegations can only be heard at Carlisle Crown Court, they will all attend the crown court on May 8.

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