Derry Woman Pleads to COVID Fraud

Derry Woman Pleads to COVID Fraud
March 5, 2024

A 43-year-old Derry woman pleaded guilty Monday for her role in an attempt to obtain $2.5-million-dollars in COVID pandemic relief funds fraudulently.

Tammy Dodge was charged with bank fraud and she’ll be sentenced in June.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office said she claimed to own several businesses in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

Prosecutors said the companies have no operations and served no business purposes.

Her husband and co-conspirator, David Dodge, pled guilty last month and he’ll be sentenced in May.