A Dickson banker has been indicted for tax evasion for under-reporting transactions on vehicles over a four-year period. Johnny Fletcher Donegan, age 63, of Crestview Drive, is charged with six counts of failing to pay over $5,800 in sales taxes on transactions from 2006 to 2010. Donegan is a vice president at Pinnacle Financial Partners on Highway 46. During an arraignment in Dickson County Circuit Court Friday, Donegan’s attorney, former U.S. Attorney Ed Yarbrough, formally entered a plea of not guilty and Judge Larry Wallace scheduled Donegan’s trial for June 17. The indictment charges Donegan failed to report use tax totaling $5,843.50 on six vehicles registered with the Dickson County Clerk’s Office. He is charged with evading taxes of $991.75 on a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air in August 2006, $1,348 on a 2003 Chevrolet truck in May 2007, $683 on a 1966 Ford Mustang and $1,313 on a 2004 Ford Mustang in April 2009, $719.75 on a 1961 Chevrolet Impala in November 2009 and $788 on a 2005 Ford Mustang in April 2010. Billy Trout, public information officer for the Tennessee Department of Revenue, said state confidentiality laws prohibit the department from discussing taxpayer information. “I can tell you that county clerks do collect sales taxes due on vehicles transacted between private parties, whereas dealers must register and pay sales tax on items sold from their inventory,” Trout said in an email. “When taxpayers and businesses do not comply with the strict provisions of state tax laws, we will seek to make sure the proper tax amount is paid, along with any associated penalty and interest charges.” Donegan remains free on $2,500 bond with an appearance date of March 15.