- Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal
Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced
that an Atlantic County woman has been charged
in a state grand jury indictment for an
alleged auto insurance fraud.
to Acting Insurance Fraud Prosecutor Riza
Dagli, Dalynn White (also known as Da’lynn
White), of Mays Landing, 32, who is currently
incarcerated in the Edna Mahon Correctional
Facility in Clinton, was charged yesterday,
Oct. 13, with second-degree insurance fraud
and third-degree theft by deception.
indictment alleges that between Dec. 24,
2008 and July 19, 2009, White knowingly
submitted false information in applications
for automobile insurance to customer service
representatives of the Liberty Mutual Insurance
Company. The indictment alleges that White
provided false financial information to
obtain 13 separate automobile insurance
policies, and subsequently collected $8,241
in insurance premium refunds to which she
was not entitled.
is currently serving a five-year prison
sentence following a guilty plea on Aug.
17, 2009 to third-degree insurance fraud.
That charge was contained in a May 13, 2009
Atlantic County grand jury indictment obtained
by the Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor.
White also pleaded guilty to two counts
of identity theft filed by the Atlantic
County Prosecutor’s Office.
pleading guilty to the charge brought by
the Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor,
White admitted that between March 15 and
June 19, 2005, she fraudulently collected
$4,357 from the New Jersey Department of
Labor and Workforce Development by submitting
false disability claim forms. White gave
the false impression that she and a co-worker
were disabled and under the care of two
doctors. An investigation determined that
White forged the two doctors’ names
on the claim forms in support of the false
disability claims. White admitted that she
reported to the labor department that she
was pregnant when, in fact, she was not.
White also admitted that she falsely claimed
her co-worker was injured in an accident
on his way to work.
pleading guilty to the charges brought by
the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office,
White admitted that she unlawfully obtained
bank information of at least seven victims,
and used the information to fraudulently
obtain duplicate ATM and other bank cards.
White admitted that she used the fraudulent
cards to obtain cash and other items from
various retail stores within Atlantic County.
Weldon Powell, Civil Investigator Frank
Crosson and Deputy Attorney General Steven
B. Farman were assigned to the investigation.
Farman presented yesterday's case to the
state grand jury. Acting Insurance Fraud
Prosecutor Dagli thanked Investigator David
Costello of the Liberty Mutual Insurance
Company for his assistance in the investigation.
indictment is merely an accusation and the
defendant is presumed innocent until proven
guilty. Second-degree crimes carry a maximum
sentence of 10 years in state prison and
a criminal fine of $150,000. Third-degree
crimes carry a maximum sentence of five
years in state prison and a criminal fine
of $15,000. White may also face civil insurance