Alabama Woman Charged in Horse Insurance Fraud Case

An Alabama woman who claimed her Belgian Warmblood cross mare died in a barn fire now faces insurance fraud charges in connection with the horse's death.

Flomaton, Ala., Police Chief Mike Lambert said Brenda Gradia, 41, is accused of shooting the mare then setting her barn ablaze in an attempt to collect a $100,000 insurance claim for the horse and another $25,000 claim for the barn. She

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