Ohio Agent Sentenced to 2 Years’ Probation for $7,700 Theft, Insurance Fraud

November 27, 2013

Ohio Lieutenant Governor and Insurance Director Mary Taylor announced that former life insurance agent Russell Lowery, of Olmsted Falls, was sentenced in Cuyahoga County Common Plea Court to two years of probation for theft and insurance fraud and ordered to pay $7,714.31 in restitution to the insurance company.

His license has been revoked by the insurance department.

A department investigation determined that Lowery filed 69 bogus life policy applications in 2009 and received advanced commissions from the insurance company in which the policies were written.

Source: Ohio Department of Insurance

Topics Agencies Fraud Ohio

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