Bryan Caraway Charged With Multiple Felonies After Allegedly Stealing ATV From Miesha Tate

UFC veteran Bryan Caraway is facing charges of forgery, first-degree attempted theft, filing a false insurance claim, and making a false statement on a vehicle application certificate of title after he allegedly stole an ATV from former UFC bantamweight champion Miesha Tate. The news was first reported by the Tri-City Herald.

Caraway, who is Tate’s ex-boyfriend, was placed on an “insurance fraud most wanted” list by  Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler following Caraway’s failure to appear in court to face the charges. Following the publication of the news release, Caraway made contact with the Benton County Prosecutor’s Office to reschedule his arraignment hearing for March 11.

The release, published by the Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner, reads as follows:

“Caraway reported the theft of a 2015 Polaris RZR all-terrain vehicle from his property in Richland in December 2018. He bought a policy for it from GEICO on Dec. 21 and filed the claim on Dec. 24. He told GEICO that he bought the vehicle and contents, including helmets, a battery charger and spare tire, for $18,500 and provided a title showing his ex-girlfriend gifted it to him in January 2018. The investigation showed evidence that Caraway forged the title and that the vehicle was not in fact stolen but was owned by and in possession of the ex-girlfriend. Caraway withdrew the claim and GEICO referred the case to Kreidler’s CIU as required by state law.”

Caraway most recently fought for the UFC in 2018 and most recently fought in 2019 for the Battlefield Fighting Championship.


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