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Woman pleads guilty to using police computer in a $3 million insurance scam

(New York-AP) -- A former police administrative aide used her N-Y-P-D computer to 
cheat insurance companies out of millions of dollars. That's according to Queens 
District Attorney Richard A. Brown, who says 30-year-old Belinda Lovander admitted to 
the charges of enterprise corruption Tuesday. At a hearing in State Supreme Court, 
Lovander said she wrote up fake accident reports while on duty at the 113th Precinct 
station house in Jamaica, Queens. The reports helped her file for nine hundred 
thousand dollars in fake medical bills and up to 3 million dollars in potential 
liability. The mother of four faces up to 25 years in prison but is expected serve two 
to six years. She was indicted with six other ringleaders in December after police 
arrested 112 people in connection with the operation Three doctors have also been 
charged with filing fake medical claims.

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