Real estate developer David Miller never pretended to be someone else when he used the names of fellow investors on a document he provided to a bank to secure a $337,500 personal loan. Even so, in 2012 federal prosecutors in Tennessee charged Miller with making a false statement to a bank and, on top of that, aggravated identity theft.
Over Meaning of 'Use,' Identity Theft Counts Thrown Out
The National Law Journal
October 30, 2013