INVESTIGATORS: Palm Bay Man Is Suspect In Stealing Dead Man’s Worker’s Comp Checks

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responsible for a roughly $20,000 theft

ABOVE VIDEO: State investigators said worker’s compensation checks for a Brevard County man were still being cashed months after his death. (WFTV video)

(WFTV) – BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA –  State investigators said worker’s compensation checks for a Brevard County man were still being cashed months after his death.

And the Florida Division of Insurance Fraud believes more than one person was responsible for a roughly $20,000 theft.

The suspect, Harry Collins, denied any involvement in the case when Channel 9 reporter Mel Holt spoke to him as he left the county jail.

“I’m clueless about everything,” Harry Collins, 48, said.

He’s facing a charge of organized fraud in connection to the alleged theft of worker’s compensation checks for a Melbourne man who died in January 2015.

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State investigators said worker’s compensation checks for a Brevard County man were still being cashed months after his death. And the Florida Division of Insurance Fraud believes more than one person was responsible for a roughly $20,000 theft. The suspect, Harry Collins, denied any involvement in the case when Channel 9 reporter Mel Holt spoke to him as he left the county jail. (WFTV video image)


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