Tennessee Department of Revenue agents arrested a Nashville man for tax evasion after he allegedly understated the value of his boat.
Investigators arrested Christopher Corey Havens, 40, Tuesday morning on one felony count of tax evasion following a Davidson County grand jury indictment last week.
His bond was set at $5,000.
Havens is accused of filing fraudulent registration documents with the Davidson County Clerk’s Office that greatly understated the amount he paid for a 23-foot Yamaha boat.
The understated value resulted in $1,539 in uncollected tax money. If convicted, Havens could face a maximum of two years in prison and be fined up to $3,000.