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Former bank VP to plead guilty in fraud case

1:46 AM, Jan. 3, 2013
The FBI raided the Manson Insurance offices in December 2010 during an investigation of possible financial crimes by former employees.
The FBI raided the Manson Insurance offices in December 2010 during an investigation of possible financial crimes by former employees.
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A Mosinee man charged in connection with the multimillion dollar Manson Insurance fraud case will plead guilty to the charges against him later this month.

Jeffrey L. Tiffany, 67, on Dec. 14 was charged with making a false statement to a financial institution, a felony with a maximum penalty of 30 years in prison, five years of extended supervision and a $1 million fine. Tiffany will plead guilty Jan. 23 at a hearing in the Western Wisconsin District of U.S. Court in Madison, online court records show.

Three Manson employees were accused of forging $3.7 million worth of insurance premium ...

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