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Date: 01-29-2018

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United States of America v. Brian Tillman

District of Nebraska Federal Courthouse - Lincoln, Nebraska

Case Number: 8:17-cr-00229-RFR-SMB

Judge: Robert Rossiter

Court: United States District Court for the District of Nebraska (Lancaster County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: Russell X. Mayer

Defendant's Attorney: Jim Regan

Description: Lincoln, NE - Fremont Builder Sentenced for Theft of Government Services

Chief United States District Court Judge Robert Rossiter sentenced Brian Tillman, age 54, of Fremont, Nebraska on January 26, 2018 for his conviction for theft of government funds. Tillman was sentenced to a five-year term of probation and was ordered to pay restitution of $190,100 to the Social Security Administration.

During the period from March 2010 to December 2016, the Defendant received approximately $190,110 of unentitled Social Security Disability Insurance benefits for himself and his two minor children. During that time, Defendant was concealing his full-time employment doing business as Brian Home Improvements in Fremont, Nebraska. Had the Social Security Administration known of such full-time employment, Tillman would not have received disability benefits. As a result of the Defendantís fraud, the Social Security Administration suffered a loss of $190,110.

This case was investigated by the Social Security Administrationís Office of Inspector General.

Outcome: Defendant was sentenced to a a five-year term of probation and was ordered to pay restitution of $190,100.

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