That, in effect, is what an ex-convict from Clifton told authorities after admitting he submitted a bogus insurance claim in a bid for cash, prosecutors allege. Anthony Brundage, 37, of the 100 block of Park Hill Avenue, was arrested Wednesday, said officials. According to a criminal complaint, Brundage, on June 3, reported to the Fire Department and police that his 2008 Dodge Charger was stolen the previous day from Irving Place and Hardy Street, Stapleton. The suspect filed a claim with his insurance carrier seeking the balance he owed on the car, which exceeded $3,000, the complaint said. However, when questioned during a subsequent investigation by Fire marshals, he said, "I gave my keys to someone, but not for money," said the complaint, which contains no further details. Brundage was charged with felony counts of insurance fraud and attempted grand larceny, said a spokesman for District Attorney Daniel Donovan.
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