A former theater owner has been sentenced to more than two years in prison for falsifying insurance claims involving a flood at the Bucks County Playhouse and a fire at the Poconos Playhouse.
Ralph Miller of New Hope must also pay nearly $240,000 in restitution for claiming losses that include a previously sold Harley Davidson motorcycle and a grand piano found safe at his home, authorities said.
The insurance claims involve the 2006 flooding in Bucks County and a 2009 fire at the Poconos Playhouse.
Miller, 69, was also ordered to spend a year on home confinement when he leaves prison.
The sentencing Monday comes after a jury last year convicted Miller of fraud and money laundering.
His lawyer did not immediately return a message.