Jonathan Roth sentenced for helping father fake death at Jones Beach

A Massapequa man was sentenced to a year behind bars today for helping his father fake his own death at Jones Beach. Jonathan Roth helped

Jonathan Roth helped his father, Raymond, fake a drowning for $410,000 in life insurance money back in 2012.

Jonathan Roth helped his father, Raymond, fake a drowning for $410,000 in life insurance money back in 2012. (3/4/14)

MASSAPEQUA - A Massapequa man was sentenced to a year behind bars today for helping his father fake his own death at Jones Beach.

Jonathan Roth helped his father, Raymond, fake a drowning for $410,000 in life insurance money back in 2012.

Roth has already served five months in jail since his arrest.
 
Raymond Roth pleaded guilty in the scheme as well and is facing a maximum sentence of up to four years in prison.

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