A man from Lebanon has been arrested for the second time for running an investment scam.
On Friday evening, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation arrested and charged 44-year-old Brad Moss with one count of theft.
Special Agents with the TBI started investigating Moss on November 13, 2013.
During their investigation, they learned that Moss had been operating an investment scheme since 2010 by seeking investors for a planned car wash.
On June 16, 2014, Moss contacted one of his investors to make a payment of $1,000.
When he met the investor at his bank, Moss asked if he could write a check for $1,250 more than the amount due and have the additional money given back to him in cash.
The investor agreed, but a few days later the check was returned for insufficient funds.
Moss was arrested and released from the Wilson County Jail after posting $25,000 bond.
At the time of his arrest, he was out on bond for the same investment scheme.
The Wilson County Grand Jury had previously indicted Moss on May 14 for nine counts of forgery.