The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation arrested a Lebanon man for forging his grandmother's signature as part of a $5 million investment scam.
Brad Moss, 43, has been charged with nine counts of forgery. He was taken into custody without incident Friday.
The TBI started investigating Moss in November of 2013.
During their investigation, they learned that he ran an investment operation where he asked for money to build a carwash.
Authorities said Moss either spent the money for personal expenses or used it to pay back other investors.
According to a press release, Moss also forged his grandmother’s signature on documents used to secure investments. He reportedly used credit in her name at several lending institutions.
Moss is being held at the Wilson County Jail on a $75,000 bond.
441 Murfreesboro Road Nashville, TN 37210