A Colfax man has lost his agent's insurance license, according to the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance.
Glen R. Giroux, N8343 680th St., Colfax, has agreed to permanently surrender his license.
He is alleged to have failed to comply with a previous forfeiture order, failed to timely disclose an administrative action taken by the state of Florida, failed to timely disclose criminal charges and failed to timely respond to inquiries from OCI.
The OCI alleged in its stipulation and order Giroux had agreed to pay a forfeiture of $1,500 to resolve the allegations that he failed to timely report action take against him in Florida, but he never paid. The OCI alleges he failed to timely report several criminal charges against him by the state of Wisconsin in 2017, 2018 and 2019. It is also alleged he failed to provide requested information concerning a 2019 charge.
Giroux denied all allegations but voluntarily permanently surrendered his insurance license immediately while the OCI agrees to not impose an additional administrative action on the allegations.
Giroux was found guilty to resisting or obstructing an officer in October of 2019 in Juneau County court as a result of a guilty plea. He was found guilty after pleading no content to a resisting or obstructing an officer charge in Eau Claire County court in February of 2019 and in November of 2017, Giroux plead guilty in Eau Claire County court to operating while intoxicated, fourth offense.
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