Odenton Woman Sentenced for Felony Fraud
BALTIMORE, MD (November 27, 2007) - Maryland Attorney General Douglas
F. Gansler announced today that Deana Green, 34, of Odenton,
was sentenced in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court for the crime
of felony insurance fraud. Judge William C. Mulford, II sentenced
Green to five years in jail with all but six months suspended.
Green will be eligible for work release or home detention during
the period of incarceration.
The investigation revealed that during February, 2006, Green
used fraudulent documents to advertise herself as an authorized
of title insurance. Green also used false documents to obtain a
$391,950 loan from U.S. Money Source which she then used to attempt
to purchase a house.
Felony insurance fraud is punishable by a maximum sentence 15 years
incarceration and a $10,000 fine.
The indictment follows a joint investigation by the Insurance Fraud
Division of the Maryland Insurance Administration and the Office
of the Attorney General. In making today’s announcement,
Attorney General Gansler thanked Assistant Attorney General Benjamin
Harris for his work on the case.