Des Moines, Iowa — Insurance agent Jonathan Adam Schlue, age 35, of Davenport, Iowa, was charged with four counts of Fraudulent Sales Practices (Class D Felony), two counts of Fraudulent Submissions (Class D Felony), two counts of Conspiracy to Commit a Non-forcible Felony (Class D Felony), one count of Ongoing Criminal Conduct (Class B Felony), and one count of Theft in the Second Degree (Class D Felony), following an investigation by the Iowa Insurance Division’s Fraud Bureau.
On May 29, 2019, Schlue was arrested at his residence by the Iowa State Patrol. Schlue was booked into the Scott County Jail and released later that day after posting a $25,000 bond.
Schlue’s arrest relates to his role in the sale of supplemental health insurance plans.
“The Iowa Insurance Division is aware of concerns raised by both Iowa consumers and insurance companies regarding the sales practices of supplemental health insurance plans,” Iowa Insurance Commissioner Doug Ommen said. “Consumers should review their insurance policies upon receipt to ensure the product they received is what they requested and meets their needs. Consumers have a free-look-period in which they can carefully review the details of a policy.