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January 4, 2008

Albany -- Two Albany Insurance agents reach plea agreements on dozens of charges of Insurance Fraud.

Investigators with the State Insurance Commissioner's Office first raided the Insurance Agents office in November, 2004.

Just before the holidays, Tiawanna Thomas Moore plead no contest to two counts of insurance fraud and computer theft. She had been charged with 24 counts of insurance fraud and theft. Moore was placed on three years probation and fined one thousand dollars.

Kimberly Goodman signed a pre-trial intervention agreement, after facing six charges of insurance fraud and false statements. If she completes the court program, her record will be cleared.

State Insurance Commission Office spokespersons say both are still licensed agents, but with their plea the Commissioner's office will begin revocation hearings.

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