Rodney Miller pleads not guilty to tax fraud

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ST. THOMAS - Former hospital executive Rodney Miller Sr. pleaded not guilty Wednesday to tax fraud charges in federal court.

In April, a Virgin Islands grand jury indicted Miller, 40, on two criminal counts of assisting and advising in the preparation and presentation of false income tax returns. He is accused of fraudulently underreporting his income in his tax returns for two years during his tenure as chief executive at Schneider Regional Medical Center.

- Contact reporter Aldeth Lewin at 714-9111 or email

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