Raleigh, NC-- A High Point man is headed to federal prison after pleading guilty to insurance fraud.
On September 6, John A. Womack, Jr., 66, of High Point pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 41 months of confinement in a federal prison and three years of supervised release after being convicted on charges of Mail Fraud and Making False Statements to an insurance examiner.
Womack was indicted by a federal grand jury in June, after an investigation by the North Carolina Department of Insurance Criminal Investigations Division, its Agent Services Division and the U.S. Secret Service.
Womack was also ordered to pay $557,718 in restitution to his victims, as well as a special assessment of $200.
According to court records from the case, Womack will report to the US Marshal's office on October 12, to start serving his sentence.