Eleven people sentenced to more than 42 years for the part they played in a ‘cash for crash’ conspiracy

The men and women involved in the conspiracy attended Nottingham Crown Court sentencing.

The police operation entitled ‘Operation Skipsea’ began in 2013 where our officers investigated a group who set up a vehicle recovery company to defraud drivers by making false injury claims.

DC Kevan Handley who led the investigation said: “The gang all played their part in this complex fraudulent activity, their roles ranged from carrying our fraudulent medical examinations of personal injury claims, driving the vehicles involved in the collisions to providing fraudulent vehicle examination forms.

“This type of crime will always be taken seriously, investigated thoroughly and will not be tolerated; the sentences received today reflect this.”

The following received custodial sentences, Muhammed Asghar, Dharminder Nagra, Davinder Nagra, Martin Walker and Naseer Ahmed all received five years plus disqualified from being directors of a company for eight years.

Adam Stark received four years and nine months, Liam Swinfield and Dorothy Bacon received two years and seven months.

Nicola Rae Brown was sentenced to one year and nine months, Arsalaan Hussain four years and Anthony Walker to 18 months.

Adeel Aziz’s sentencing was adjourned.

Pictured (left to right): Muhammed Asghar, Dharminder Nagra, Davinder Nagra, Naseer Ahmed

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