The Institutes

Former Theater Owner Convicted Of Falsifying Flood, Fire Claims

 Tuesday, January 12, 2016

 The Province

A former Pennsylvania theatre owner convicted of falsifying insurance claims involving a flood at one playhouse and a fire at another has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison. Federal investigators say New Hope resident Ralph Miller also must pay nearly $240,000 in restitution for claiming losses including a previously sold Harley-Davidson motorcycle and a grand piano found safe at his home. The insurance claims involve the 2006 flooding at the Bucks County Playhouse and a 2009 fire at the Poconos Playhouse.

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