In a document finalized Monday,
He's accused of defrauding people who bought surety bonds -- a kind of agreement that guarantees one party will fulfill a contract with another. But state insurance investigators say he's the one who didn't fulfill contracts. They accuse him of keeping customers' money and not setting up the policies.
Reached by phone, O'Neal declined to comment on the case. "I can't talk about that right now," he said.
In July, O'Neal spent less than a day in the
He has not been indicted. A grand jury has yet to hear the criminal case.
The consent order formalized Monday with the
O'Neal first got a license to work in the
If the customer never received a policy, he said, they should call the department at 800-656-2298.
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