The State Insurance Department accuses the former CEO of a Jefferson City insurance company of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from the company for his private use. The Department has filed a complaint against Joseph Warden, who used to head the Capital Reserve Life Insurance Company. The complaint says Warden and his wife submitted reimbursement claims for almost $600,000 in medical and dental expenses in about five years – but the hospital where they said the treatments were done cannot verify many charges. The Wardens now live in Ohio.
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