Fugitive wanted on $450K insurance fraud arrested in N.J.
By Matt Gray | For NJ.com
OCTOBER 19, 2016
SWEDESBORO, NJ — A fugitive sought on insurance fraud charges in Arizona was arrested in Gloucester County this week, according to the county prosecutor's office.
Brian D. McFarland, 43, was arrested in Swedesboro. He is wanted on fraud and theft charges in Arizona. (Salem County Correctional Facility)
Brian D. McFarland, 43, faces multiple counts of fraud and theft in Arizona, where he allegedly took more than $450,000 from nearly 90 insurance customers, officials said.
Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office Fugitive Investigations Unit officers determined McFarland was living in Swedesboro and arrested him without incident.
He waived an extradition hearing on Tuesday and agreed to return to Arizona, according to the prosecutor's announcement.
This guy now will pay several thousand dollars for being shipped to Arizona by the U.S. Marshall's terrible (even inhumane) bus transportation. He will be eating fast food while being in the bus for 2-4 weeks.