After an investigation involving law enforcement officials from three states, Pennsylvania has charged 24 people with insurance fraud. The defendants, who hail primarily from New York and New Jersey, are accused of rate evasion or falsely claiming to be Pennsylvania residents in order to obtain substantially lower rates on their automobile insurance.

Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett said the defendants provided false information to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation in order to obtain Pennsylvania drivers' licenses or vehicle registrations, which was then used to obtain insurance policies for their vehicles.

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