Crash for Cash fatal collision final defendant convicted – Denham, Buckinghamshire

The final defendant standing trial for the landmark case investigated by Thames Valley Police into a fatal Crash for Cash collision on 11 June 2011, was convicted  and sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment today (11/4), at Reading Crown Court.

This case was the first of its kind in the country, as the deliberately-caused accident arranged as part of a plan to commit insurance fraud led to a second collision causing the death of an innocent member of the public.

IFB Welcomes Further Jail Time for Convicted Fraudsters

The IFB has welcomed the further sentencing of three convicted insurance fraudsters, for failing to repay their ill-gotten gains. Originally sentenced to jail in 2010 for submitting over 100 fraudulent insurance claims, brothers Nadeem and Amer Dad and their father, Munsif Dad, were also required to repay almost £280,000. As Nadeem and Amer haven’t repaid a penny, and Munsif has only funded a third of what was expected of him, all three have been sentenced to a total of almost four and a half more years in prison.

Arrests after warrants carried out in Reading

Thames Valley Police has arrested three people after carrying out five warrants in Reading this morning (2/4).

At 8am today officers from Force CID at Abingdon along with officers from across the Force attended properties in Cardiff Road, Wantage Road, Cholmeley Road, Elm Park Road and Elm Lodge Avenue in Reading and carried out warrants under Section 8 of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act.