Former Maryland Claims Adjuster Sentenced

August 16, 2007

Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler said that Natalie L. Mack, 40, a former insurance claims adjustor with CompManagement, Inc., was sentenced in the Circuit Court of Baltimore City for stealing approximately $153,000 in fraudulent workers’ compensation checks from CompManagement, Inc.

Judge John M. Glynn sentenced Mack to a 15 year suspended sentence and five years probation, according to Gansler. He said the court also ordered Mack to perform 500 hours of community service and to pay $153,000 in restitution.

Andre Stover, a former Baltimore City police officer, pled guilty to felony theft earlier this year and was sentenced for his part in the conspiracy, according to officials.

Source: Maryland Attorney General

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