An Oceanport woman is among three Monmouth women facing charges related to what authorities said was several years of insurance fraud.
Marion Gualtieri, 75, of Sagamore Avenue was indicted Monday by a Monmouth County grand jury on a third-degree charge of insurance fraud.
The grand jury found enough evidence to accuse Gualtieri of making false statements and/or omitting relevant details on her Aetna renewal forms from December 2005 to December 2010.
Gualtieri was indicted alongside Grace Katchen, 73, of Ocean and Andrea Regn, 41, of Neptune.
Katchen was charged with second-degree insurance fraud for allegedly falsifying information and/or leaving out relevant facts on her Aetna renewal forms from January 2005 to December 2010, which garnered her more than $1,000 in benefits, the indictment states.
Regn was charged with theft by deception in the third degree for obtaining more than $500 by deception from the Monmouth County Division of Social Services from August 2005 to July 2007, the indictment states.