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For Immediate Release
December 7, 2006
Media Contact:
Kevin Enright 410-576-6357

FORMER BALTIMORE CITY POLICE OFFICER AND
INSURANCE CLAIMS ADJUSTOR CHARGED IN WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CONSPIRACY


Maryland Attorney General J. Joseph Curran, Jr. announced today the filing of felony theft charges against former Baltimore City police officer Andre Stover. The 40 year-old Stover, of Mountain Green Circle in Woodlawn, was charged in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County. Attorney General Curran also announces the indictment of Natalie Mack, a former employee of CompManagement, Inc. on charges of felony theft, felony insurance fraud and conspiracy. Mack, of Torlina Court in Baltimore, was charged in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.

These charges follow a joint investigation by the Insurance Fraud Division of the Maryland Insurance Administration and the Office of the Attorney General. This matter was referred for criminal investigation by the Baltimore City Solicitor’s Office.

The charges allege that Mack conspired with Stover to steal approximately $153,000 in fraudulent workers’ compensation benefits checks. According to the indictment, Mack issued these checks in exchange for a percentage of the proceeds. The alleged thefts occurred between May of 2003 and April of 2004.

If convicted, both Mack and Stover could face up to fifteen years in prison on each felony count. No trial date has been set. A criminal indictment is merely an accusation of wrongdoing, and every individual is presumed innocent until the charges are proven by the State.

   

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