- Attorney General Anne Milgram and Division
of Criminal Justice Director Deborah L. Gramiccioni
announced that a Riverside man was sentenced
today for his role in a stolen motorcycle
to Acting Insurance Fraud Prosecutor Riza
Dagli, Ian Boyington, 31, of Riverside, was
sentenced to two years probation by Superior
Court Judge Patricia Richmond LeBon in Burlington
County. Boyington pleaded guilty on June 22
to a charge of conspiracy to receive stolen
charge stems from an investigation by the
New Jersey State Police and the Office of
Insurance Fraud Prosecutor into a ring of
persons who were stealing motorcycles, retagging
them with new vehicle identification numbers,
and selling them. In some instances, phony
insurance claims were submitted representing
that motorcycles had been stolen when, in
fact, they had been given up by their owners.
pleading guilty, Boyington admitted that he
conspired to purchase a stolen 2003 Suzuki
GSXR 600 motorcycle stamped with an altered
VIN and fraudulently registered the vehicle
with the Motor Vehicle Commission.
investigation was led by Detective Sgt. Mark
Wilhelm of the New Jersey State Police. Deputy
Attorney General Paul D. Santangini represented
the Office of Insurance Fraud Prosecutor at
the sentencing. Analyst Terri Drumm also assisted
with the investigation.
Acting Prosecutor Dagli noted that some important
cases have started with anonymous tips. People
who have information about suspected insurance
fraud can report it anonymously by calling
the toll-free hotline 1-877-55-FRAUD
or visiting www.njinsurancefraud.org.
State regulations permit an award to be paid
to an eligible person who provides information
that leads to an arrest, prosecution and conviction
for insurance fraud.