Read the last paragraph wtf why is it even mentioned Police officer Karen Yerbury charged with insurance fraud Police officer Karen Yerbury has been charged with fraud. Police officer Karen Yerbury has been charged with fraud. Glamour model found guilty of drink driving Woman sentenced after Miranda Hotel bashing A Sydney police officer has faced court after she allegedly made false statements to police and fraudulently claimed more than $30,000 in insurance. Senior Sergeant Karen Yerbury, 52, was charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage and misconduct in public office after she and her co-accused allegedly participated in insurance fraud. Yerbury has been charged with two charges of alleged deception. Police allege between May 19 2017 and April 24 2018 Yerbury made a fraudulent insurance claim to car insurance agency Eric Insurance Limited for a settlement of $30,571.17. “(It is alleged) Yerbury did, as a sworn member of the NSW Police Force, make false police reports and make a false statement and failed to disclose the true nature of circumstances surrounding these matters,” the charge sheet read. The matter returns to Sutherland Court next year and Yerbury is required to report to Sutherland Police every Wednesday as part of her bail conditions. Yerbury allegedly made a fraudulent insurance claim to car insurance agency Eric Insurance Limited for a settlement of $30,571.17. A 23-year-old woman and 48-year-old man known to Yerbury will appear at Sutherland Local Court on January 10 charged with dishonestly obtaining financial advantage. The man was also charged with participating in a criminal group and driving while disqualified. Police raided Yerbury’s Engadine home and another residence in Kirrawee as part of investigations on November 13. The mother of one is an avid Canterbury Bulldogs fan and said on Facebook she once worked for the Attorney General.