Another man has been sentenced in an insurance fraud scheme at Manson Insurance.
Jeffrey Tiffany will serve 30 days in federal jail for his role in the scheme. According to prosecutors the 67 year old Mosinee man handled the insurance premium financing program and knew some of the notes were fraudulently signed. He was convicted of making a false statement to a financial institution.
In addition to the prison time, Tiffany will also be fined $25,000, 200 hours of community service and 2 year of supervised release.
Tiffany becomes the 4th person sentenced in the case that originated after an FBI investigation into Manson Insurance back in 2010. Previously president Tim Mathwich and CEO David Schofield received 5 years in prison, and vice president of operations Susan Brockman received 6 months. They were also ordered to pay restitution.