A guilty plea in checks scheme

June 05, 2007

A former insurance claims adjustor pleaded guilty in Baltimore Circuit Court yesterday to stealing fraudulent workers' compensation checks in a scheme involving a former city police officer, according to the Maryland attorney general's office.

Prosecutors said Natalie L. Mack, 40, an employee for CompManagement Inc., issued more than $153,000 in fraudulent disability and medical payment checks to former Baltimore police Officer Andre Stover.

Stover had pleaded guilty to his role in the felony theft in January.

Prosecutors said Stover and Mack split the proceeds of the checks in 2003 and 2004.

Sentencing is set for Aug. 15.

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