7 Rutherford County businesses punished by the state in October

Nov 16, 2021 at 09:45 am by Michelle Willard

Penalty!

The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance’s Division of Regulatory Boards has released its latest Disciplinary Action Report for October, which includes seven Rutherford County businesses in its compiled actions taken by its boards and commissions during the month of June.

 

Program

Respondent

Location

Violation

Action

Date

Cosmetology & Barber

Coey Pendleton

Murfreesboro, TN

Unlicensed activity

$1,000 and $1,329.50 costs

10/21/21

Cosmetology & Barber

Ivan Alsup

Murfreesboro, TN

The individual has had their license(s) suspended for failure to pay child support

Suspension of license

10/27/21

Cosmetology & Barber

Michael Broyles

Murfreesboro, TN

The individual has had their license(s) suspended for failure to pay child support

Suspension of license

10/27/21

Cosmetology & Barber

Loreal Loritts

Smyrna, TN

The individual has had their license(s) suspended for failure to pay child support

Suspension of license

10/27/21

Cosmetology & Barber

Isaac Tenaz

 

The individual has had their license(s) suspended for failure to pay child support

Suspension of license

10/27/21

Motor Vehicle

Absolute Auto Center

Murfreesboro, TN

Engaging in false, fraudulent, or deceptive practice(s)

$500 civil penalty

10/21/21

Motor Vehicle

Elite Auto Group & Services Inc

Murfreesboro, TN

Operating without a valid license

$500 civil penalty

10/15/21

 

The Division of Regulatory Boards protects the health and safety of Tennessee citizens through boards, commissions, and programs by ensuring that persons meet minimum professional standards, by responsively and timely handling complaints, and by providing consumer education on regulated professions and industries. The Division’s boards include the Board for Licensing Contractors, the Motor Vehicle Commission, the Real Estate Commission, the Board of Funeral Directors & Embalmers and the Cosmetology & Barber Examiners Board, among others.

These boards, commissions, and programs are empowered to take disciplinary action – including revocation of licenses and assessment of civil penalties – against license holders found guilty of violating laws governing their professions.

About the Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance: Protecting Tennesseans through balanced oversight of insurance and regulated professions while enhancing consumer advocacy, education, and public safety. Our divisions include the State Fire Marshal’s Office, Insurance, Securities, Consumer Affairs, Regulatory Boards, Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy, Tennessee Emergency Communications Board, and TennCare Oversight.

 

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