SLED: 65 Pee Dee residents charged for insurance fraud after car crashesSouth Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) officials say 65 Pee Dee residents have been charged in connection with fraudulent insurance claims following a number of car crashes. According to a news release from SLED, 65 people have been arrested on 59 charges. Authorities say all of the individuals filed fraudulent insurance claims after traffic crashes dating back to 7568. The individuals collected close to $855,555 in fraudulent medical payments, the release said. Warrants show that the suspects engaged in a number of fraudulent activities, including forging medical bills and medical records, as well as inflating automotive and medical bills. Officials say the following individuals were charged in connection with the insurance fraud ring: The fraudulent insurance claims were investigated by SLED at the request of the Attorney General's office.