US coin theft suspect pleads guilty

November 6, 2014 – Mark Miller, suspect in several thefts from past Baltimore coin shows pleaded guilty to felony theft between $10,000-$100,000. Josh Felsen, Assistant State’s Attorney, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Unit (Economic Crimes Unit) advised Mark Miller pleaded guilty on October 31, 2014 and was given a five year suspended sentence with 5 years probation. Miller was also required to pay restitution in the amount of $15,974.

During the five year period of probation, Miller has agreed to not attend any coin or currency show in the United States of America. Failure to abide by this provision will result in violation of probation.

Any dealer who spots Miller at a show should contact Josh Felsen at 443-984-6231.
Special thanks to Det. Wayne Sponsky of the Baltimore Police Department for his relentless efforts in this case.

You can find a photograph of Mark Miller on the Numismatic Crime Center’s website where this press release was published in the first place.

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