UTAH COUNTY, UTAH – November 17, 2015 (Gephardt Daily, Kurt Hansen) – Utah County Sheriff’s Office have issued a warrant for a Provo woman who filed thousands of dollars in fraudulent health insurance claims in 2012, according to Herald Extra.
Wendy Lowry, 43, was arrested in August of 2012 after police found she had been making fraudulent health insurance claims to obtain medical services for nearly a year.
Police records state Lowry filed for divorce from her husband in August 2009 and in the finalized order handed down by Judge Lynn Davis in January 2010, Lowry was ordered to pay for all medical bills since the couple’s separation in August 2009.
Instead, Lowry continued to use her ex-husband’s medical insurance to obtain more than $23,000 worth of medical services from various providers.
It was later found during the investigation that Lowry was married three times but was never legally divorced from any of the spouses.
Lowry pleaded guilty in October 2012 to two felony charges of falsifying insurance claims. In October of 2015, Lowry failed to report to her probation officer and a warrant for her arrest was issued.
Lowry is described as being 5-feet-2 inches tall and 150 pounds, with brown hair and eyes.
If anyone knows the whereabouts of Lowry, call the Utah County Sheriff’s Office at (801) 851-4034.