CLARKSBURG — Three additional people were sentenced Sept. 12-13 on mail fraud charges related to staged vehicle accidents in Marion and Harrison counties.

Michael Sine, 34, of Fairmont, was sentenced to two years and nine months in prison. He pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud in June.

Sine admitted to participating in a staged vehicle accident, faking injuries from said accident and filing false insurance claims, resulting in a $41,000 settlement. The crime happened between May 2013 and October 2013 in Marion County.

Sine was also ordered to pay $74,653.42 in restitution.

Eric Warner, 35, of Clarksburg, was sentenced Wednesday to one year and six months in prison, while Bryce Martin, 26, of Fairmont, was sentenced Tuesday to six months in prison. Both men pleaded guilty to one count of mail fraud each in June.

Martin and Warner admitted to taking part in a staged vehice accident in January 2012 in Harrison County. They also admitted to faking injuries from said accident and filing a false insurance claim, from which they and others received insurance settlements of approximately $101,500.

They also admitted their roles in procuring an insurance settlement check for $46,500 in someone else’s name. Both men were ordered to pay $152,603.64 in restitution.