March 21, 2021


Former Kansas insurance agent sentenced to probation, almost $86,000 in restitution

OLATHE, Kan. (WIBW) – A former Johnson Co. insurance agent has been sentenced to probation and a hefty restitution payment.

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says a former Johnson Co. insurance agent has been sentenced to 24 months of probation on insurance fraud charges and ordered to pay almost $86,000 in restitution.

According to Schmidt, Armond R. Peghee, 42, pleaded guilty in January in Johnson Co. District Court to one count of insurance fraud, one count of theft, one count of an unlawful act with a computer and three counts of identity theft. He said Peghee also agreed to pay

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Georgia insurance agent sentenced in fraud investigation

(State Board of Workers’ Compensation’s Enforcement Division) (State Board of Workers’ Compensation’s Enforcement Division)

A Gwinnett County Superior Court Judge has sentenced a Suwanee insurance agent to seven years probation for multiple counts of insurance fraud.

After a two-year-investigation, officers arrested 62-year-old Jeffrey Alan Reichel, who operated Core Business Services Inc. and Ironclad Insurance Agency from his Suwanee home.

According to investigators, they began looking into Reichel after complaints that he made multiple business owners believe they had worker’s compensation insurance coverage while they were still uninsured, stealing thousands of dollars from his victims.

In April

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Dubuque County insurance agent charged with using premium payments for personal use | Tri-state News

EPWORTH, Iowa — An Epworth man is accused of using customers’ insurance premium payments for personal matters and selling policies after his license was revoked.

Michael J. Heiberger, 52, was arrested Thursday at Dubuque Law Enforcement Center on a warrant charging money laundering, six counts of fraudulent sales practices under $10,000 and nine counts of acting as an insurance producer without a license. All are felony charges.

Court documents state that Iowa Insurance Division Fraud Bureau officials opened an investigation into Heiberger Insurance Co. and Heiberger himself on Oct. 24, 2019, after receiving a complaint that he was using premium

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