OAKLAND -- An Antioch woman has pleaded guilty to her role in a conspiracy to file false income tax returns, authorities said Monday.

Jessica Green, 33, pleaded guilty on Friday to filing false claims, as well as to aggravated identity theft, U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag said. Green committed her crimes in January 2011.

In the plea agreement, Green admitted to filing several returns that included fictitious W-2 forms in which the wages were inflated. One of the returns was filed in Green's name, and her earnings on that return were exaggerated.

Green also acknowledged filing several false returns without showing them to the people she was filing them for. In all, Green filed false returns asking for $154,823, all of which she was not entitled to receive, Haag said. She agreed to pay $92,191 in restitution.

U.S. District Court Judge Jon S. Tigar will sentence Green and fellow Antioch resident Khyber Law on Oct. 10. Law, Green's partner in the scheme, pleaded guilty in April after being charged in the same indictment. The maximum penalty for each count is 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

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