Attorney General’s Office: Several Insurance Fraud Arrests Made

JACKSON, Miss.–The Attorney General’s Insurance Fraud Unit has made three
recent arrests, in unrelated cases, for Insurance and Workers’ Compensation

Alisa Lynn Nealy Salonica of Gulfport has been arrested following indictment by a Marion County Grand Jury for two counts of workers’ compensation fraud.

The indictment says that Salonica made “false or misleading statements or representations to Bridgefield Casualty Insurance Company, for the purpose of obtaining workers’ compensation benefits.

Salonica is currently out on bond awaiting trial, and if convicted, Salonica faces up to three years in prison on each count.

Issac Bernard Lee of Magnolia has also been arrested following indictment by a Pike County Grand Jury on two counts of workers’ compensation fraud in an unrelated case

The indictment says that Lee “did willfully, unlawfully and feloniously make false or misleading statements or representations to Chartis Insurance Company , for the purpose of obtaining workers’ compensation benefits in that he did knowingly misrepresent himself.”

He told the company he was not receiving a secondary income while receiving workers’ compensation benefits.

Lee is currently out on bond awaiting trial.  No date has yet been set and if he’s convicted, Lee faces up to three years behind bars on each count.