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Lebanon Man Accused Of Forging Grandmother’s Signature In Scam

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LEBANON, Tenn. – A Wilson County man has been arrested after officials said he forged his grandmother’s signature as part of a multimillion dollar investment scam.

Officials with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said 43-year-old Brad Joseph Moss was arrested and charged Friday, with nine counts of Forgery. He was taken into custody without incident.

The TBI said Moss ran an investment organization in which he asked for money to build a carwash.

According to investigators, Moss used the money for personal expenses or to repay other investors. He also allegedly forged his grandmother’s signature on several documents to secure the investments.

The overall alleged scheme totaled $5 million.

Moss has been booked into the Wilson County Jail on $75,000 bond.

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