Brentwood developer sentenced for ID theft - WSMV News 4

Brentwood developer sentenced for ID theft

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A Brentwood man was sentenced to 45 months in prison Monday for aggravated identity theft and making false statements to a bank.

David E. Miller, 61, of Brentwood, TN, was convicted on May 11 for making false statements to First Bank in relation to a $337,500 loan he received in May 2007.

Evidence during the trial established that Miller had solicited investors for the purpose of purchasing a tract of land at 4426 Harpeth School Rd. in Williamson County that was to be held for future sale when the land would have appreciated in value.

During sentencing, Judge Marvin E. Aspen also found that Miller had committed perjury when he testified at trial.

Miller had worked as a real estate developer for three decades before the charges.

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