Kreger pleaded no contest to three felony counts of insurance fraud with a white collar crime enhancement.
He was released on house arrest and electronic monitoring after two days in jail, according to jail records.
Kreger operated in the underground economy until getting caught, the
"Employers operating in the underground economy cheat their employees, their insurer, and create an unfair competitive advantage," Insurance Commissioner
After receiving a tip from Kreger's insurer, the
Kreger also must serve five years probation and perform 1,500 hours of community service.
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