Attorney General Ford Announces Sentencing of Las Vegas Man for Insurance Fraud

Las Vegas, NV – Today, Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford announced that Jockamoe Shamus Hawley, 40, of Las Vegas, Nevada, was found guilty of one count of insurance fraud, a category D felony. On April 21, the Eighth Judicial District Court sentenced Hawley to 1-4 years in the Nevada Department of Corrections and ordered him to pay $2,000 in costs.

“My office has and will always take action to protect Nevadans from scams, including insurance fraud,” said AG Ford. “I hope this case serves as a warning to those who would consider doing the same. Anyone who feels that they have been a target of fraud or a scam in Nevada should file a complaint with my office.”

Read the entire press release.  Nevada Attorney General press release, April 22, 2022