Takeoff Funeral:1Man Pretended Steal Money From Life Insurance.

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TAKEOFF FUNERAL:1MAN PRETENDED STEAL MONEY FROM LIFE INSURANCE

Takeoff Funeral:1Man Pretended Steal Money From Life Insurance

Police say a man pretended to be a funeral director in order to steal money from life

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Houston (KPRC) – It is alleged that two persons pretended to be funeral directors in order to embezzle thousands of dollars from life insurance.

Anita Thomas said, “It’s not right for him to come and take advantage of us after my son got killed.”

The alleged victims of the scams are Shatammiz Hicks and Thomas.

Hicks declared, “This man needs to be buried under the jail. I have never heard of anybody doing this.”
This situation “turns” Constable Alan Rosen of Harris County Precinct 1’s stomach.

“You’re working with individuals during their most vulnerable period in life,” he stated.

Authorities report that they have taken 38-year-old Sandy Broussard and 26-year-old Javian Major into custody. A major was accused. following a tip from the Texas Funeral Commission, authorities charged Broussard with theft and with forgery.

Major allegedly pretended to be a mortician and funeral director with a license. Authorities say that Broussard assisted him in obtaining life insurance proceeds from the departed victims by faking the signatures of beneficiaries.

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“There would be no funeral, even though funerals were planned. Some of these were supposed to be embalmed, but that didn’t happen, according to Rosen.

Another purported scam victim, Selena Devereaux, claims her son’s body was improperly embalmed and “bloated.”

She remarked, “I had to leave the church because I couldn’t stand the smell.” According to Devereaux, she is still unsure if the ashes she has belong to her son.

According to the authorities, Major would occasionally get in touch with families and introduce himself as a friend of the departed.

Documents indicate that Major and Broussard are free on bond.

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