Six accused of false insurance claims
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Three people have been arrested and three more are wanted by police for allegedly filing more than $12,000 in false insurance claims with the state’s unemployment office over the last two years.

On Aug. 12, police arrested Eddie Mcashan of Marietta, Nabroski Keanta Powell of Austell and Cartier Rayshon of Smyrna on charges of filing fraudulent claims with the state, according to jail records.

The arrest warrants state that Mcashan is accused of filing for $5,618 in insurance claims Nov. 11, 2011; Powell, $2,661 on May 9, 2012; and Teamer $1,622 on Aug. 29, 2012.

They were each released from the Cobb jail on the same day on $5,000 bonds.

According to jail records, the following people are wanted on similar charges but have not been arrested: Tracy Carter of Powder Springs, Michael Dixson of Austell and William Woodrow of Mableton.

Their bonds were set at $5,000 each.

— Lindsay Field



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