Convicted of Insurance Fraud

  • David Dooley was convicted of Attempted Fraudulent Insurance Act, a class A misdemeanor, on April 20, 2011. His sentence was 60days/60 days suspended, 40 hrs of CWS, NJO 3 year.
  • Jurlean Twillie was convicted of Attempted Theft in the 2nd degree on March 4, 2011. Her sentence was 360 days/350 suspended (10 days to serve) and NJO 5 years.
  • Sheahan, Zachary, 3AN-10-0014 CR, convicted of Fraudulent Statement on Insurance Application (AS 21.36.360(o)) on 2/19/10. Sentenced to 30 days with 30 suspended; $500 fine with $250 suspended; &50 court surcharge and 5 years unsupervised probation. Mr. Sheehan filed an insurance claim for an accident that occurred before he actually procured the insurance policy. Mr. Sheehan went from the scene of the accident to the insurance agent's office, purchased the policy and returned to the scene of the accident where he provided the police officer with a copy of the proof of insurance card.
  • Cornelius, David, 3PA-01467 CR, convicted of Fraudulent Insurance Act (AS 21.36.360(b)(2) on 6/29/10. Given a 1 year suspended imposition of sentence; $200 fine. Mr. Cornelius facilitated Heather Wolcoff in the filing of fraudulent insurance claims, by providing fictitious documents and receipts, as well as providing false statements to the insurance company in support of Ms. Wolcoff's false claims.
  • Wolcoff, Heather, 3PA-10-1465 CR, convicted of Attempted Fraudulent Insurance Act (AS 21.36.3609(b)(2) on 8/17/10. Given a 3 year suspended imposition of sentence; restitution order $8,192 to State Farm Insurance Company; $199 court surcharge; $100 jail surcharge. Ms. Wolcoff submitted several insurance claims for property damage related to a power outage. In support of the claims, Ms. Wolcoff filed fraudulent documents and receipts provided by David Cornelius. Ms. Wolcoff also made fraudulent statements to the insurance company in support of her claims. The investigation revealed that computer equipment claimed to have been damaged were still in working order and the documents determnined to have been falsified.
  • Wolcoff, Heather, 3PA-10-1466 CR, Convicted of Attempted Theft 2 (AS 11.46.130) on 8/17/10. Sentenced to 360 days with 360 suspended; 80 hours community work service; $50 court surcharge and unsupervised probation for 3 years. Ms. Wolcoff submitted an insurance claim on what was determined to be pre-existing body damage to her vehicle.
  • McIntosh, Phillip, 3AN-10-03580 CR, convicted of Fraudulent Statement on Insurance Application (AS 21.36.360(o)) on 8/25/10. Sentenced to 30 days with 30 days suspended; $500 fine with $250 suspended; $50 court surcharged and 3 years unsupervised probation. Mr. McIntosh provided false statements on his insurance application, regarding an accident involving his vehicle that was not insured at the time of an accident. Mr. McIntosh was determined to have attempted to acquire insurance after a known accident to his vehicle.
  • Lampley, Charles, 3AN-09-02741CR., convicted of Theft in the First Degree (AS 11.46.120) on 03/10/10. Sentenced to 730 days with 553 days suspended; Insurance license revoked for life, make restitution, provide financial statement to probation officer within 30 days of restitution judgment for determination of payment schedule, upon request of probation officer, defendant to disclose in writing his criminal convictions and probationary status to any future employer during probationary period, upon application to the court, after 3 years, probation shall be terminated if restitution is paid in full, no PTRPs have been filed and no new criminal offenses have been committed. Mr. LAMPLEY was an independent insurance agent who collected $80,000 in insurance premium from clients and never forwarded the premium to the insurance company, having converted the money to his personal use.