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RHEA COUNTY GRAND JURY INDICTS MAN ON FORGERY AND TAX EVASION

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The Tennessee’s Department of Revenue’s Special Investigations Division says a Spring City man is facing forgery and tax evasion charges. 30-year-old Daniel Allen Arnold was taken into custody after being indicted by the Rhea County Grand Jury on six felony counts of tax evasion and two counts of forgery. Court documents state that Arnold fraudulently registered four vehicles and two boats thus side-stepping tax payments. If convicted, Arnold could be sentenced to a maximum of two years in the state penitentiary and fined up to $3,000 for each count of tax evasion and forgery. His bond was set at $30,000. The District Attorney General’s Office is assisting in the case.

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