A federal grand jury in Montgomery, Ala., returned an indictment charging Scottie Alice Johnson with a conspiracy to commit theft of public funds and to defraud the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and with theft of public funds, the Justice Department and the IRS announced this week.
Former New Jersey Chiropractor Charged in Scheme to Extinguish Debt And to Obtain Fraudulent IRS Tax Refunds
A federal grand jury in Trenton, N.J., returned an indictment charging David Moleski with 14 counts of mail fraud, one count of wire fraud, one count of corruptly impeding the due administration of the Internal Revenue laws and three counts of filing false claims for tax refunds, the Justice Department and the Internal Revenue Service [...]
A federal grand jury in Montgomery, Ala., charged James Timothy Turner, also known as Tim Turner, with conspiracy to defraud the United States, attempting to pay taxes with fictitious financial instruments, attempting to obstruct and impede the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), failing to file a 2009 federal income tax return and falsely testifying under oath [...]
Brett Matheson, 46, pleaded guilty on Monday in federal court to conspiracy to commit wire fraud in a $50 million mortgage fraud scheme based in Phoenix. Two others have also entered guilty pleas and are awaiting sentencing.
Arthur Piacentini, of Saddle Brook, New Jersey, was sentenced to 30 months in prison and ordered to pay restitution for defrauding the clients of his payroll services company, including public entities and private companies, and using their money to satisfy the payroll and tax obligations of other entities.
Harvey Douglas Goff, of Ogden, was charged with violations of federal law in connection with alleged schemes to obstruct justice, impede internal revenue laws, pass fictitious documents purporting to be actual financial instruments, assert diplomatic immunity, and defraud others through the use of a fraudulent lien scheme.
Former Guttenberg, N.J., councilman and police officer Vincent Tabbachino admitted today to laundering approximately $125,000 in funds that he believed were criminal proceeds.
Lenny Dykstra, who played outfield for the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies baseball clubs and later gained notoriety as a stock picker, has been charged with bankruptcy fraud for allegedly selling items from his $18 million mansion in Ventura County, California.