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September 18, 2009
pic of Kimberly Marie Martin Moore Kimberly Marie Martin Moore of Mount Sterling, Kentucky was sentenced in Montgomery Circuit Court on four felony charges: three counts of Filing a False Tax Return and one count of Theft of Identity.  These charges are related to false Kentucky individual income tax returns filed for tax years 2006 and 2007.  Judge Beth Lewis Maze sentenced Moore to five years in prison, to serve, plus payment of restitution upon release.  Ann Roe investigated this case and presented it for prosecution.  Hon. Gayle Rose prosecuted this case to its conclusion.  The case is Montgomery Circuit Court indictment 08-CR-000179.
September 8, 2009

Mark Jacobs
Mark W. Jacobs of Louisville, Kentucky was indicted by the Jefferson County Grand Jury on one felony count of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property.  The charge is related to the operation of a business, Nasier Advertising, Inc., and the failure to remit collected payroll withholding tax.  Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution.  The case is Jefferson Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-002625.

September 4, 2009

Danny J. Young Danny J. Young of Glasgow, Kentucky was sentenced in Franklin Circuit Court on one felony count of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property.  This charge is related to the operation of a business, Boltons Landing, Inc. in Barren County, and the failure to remit collected sales and payroll withholding taxes.  Judge Phillip J. Shepherd gave Young a five year prison sentence, diverted on conditions including the repayment of the full amounts owed for the theft of these tax revenues.  Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution.  Hon. Larry Cleveland prosecuted this case to its conclusion.  The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000042.

September 1, 2009

 

roger walker Roger S. Walker of Marion, Illinois was indicted by the Union County Grand Jury on fifteen felony counts: eleven counts of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property and four counts of Theft by Deception.  These charges are related to the operation of a business, K.R.W., Inc. of Marion, dba Country Corner and Country Plaza, and the failure to remit collected sales and payroll withholding taxes, along with the issuance of four bad checks to the Department of Revenue.  Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution.  The case is Union Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000052.

 

kimberly walker Kimberly L. Walker of Marion, Illinois was indicted by the Union County Grand Jury on fifteen felony counts: eleven counts of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property and four counts of Theft by Deception.  These charges are related to the operation of a business, K.R.W., Inc. of Marion, dba Country Corner and Country Plaza, and the failure to remit collected sales and payroll withholding taxes, along with the issuance of four bad checks to the Department of Revenue.  Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution.  The case is Union Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000051.

August 31, 2009

 
pic of Kimberly Marie Martin Moore
Kimberly Marie Martin Moore of Mount Sterling, Kentucky pled guilty in Montgomery Circuit Court to four felony charges: three counts of Filing a False Tax Return and one count of Theft of Identity.  These charges are related to false Kentucky individual income tax returns filed for tax years 2006 and 2007.  Ann Roe investigated this case and presented it for prosecution.  Hon. Gayle Rose prosecuted this case to its conclusion.  The case is Montgomery Circuit Court indictment 08-CR-000179.

August 18, 2009

Carolyn Farmer Williams Carolyn Farmer Williams of Louisville, Kentucky was indicted by the Jefferson County Grand Jury on two felony counts of Filing a False Kentucky Individual Income Tax Return.  David Whitehouse investigated this case and presented it for prosecution.  The case is Jefferson Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-002417.

August 7, 2009

pic of Mark Sharp Mark D. Sharp of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, pursuant to his prior guilty plea, was given a two year prison sentence, diverted on conditions including the repayment of the full amounts owed for the theft of these tax revenues, in Franklin Circuit Court by Judge Phillip J. Shepherd on two felony counts of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property.  These charges are related to the operation of two businesses in Christian County, Sharp Lumber and Building Supply, Inc. and Sharp Lumber Company, Inc., and the failure to remit collected sales tax.   Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution.  Hon. Larry Cleveland prosecuted this case to its conclusion.  The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 08-CR-000002.

August 3, 2009

Marvin Berkowitz of Jerusalem, Israel and nine other defendants were indicted on multiple felony counts by the federal grand jury for the Northern District of Illinois.  Berkowitz was indicted on thirty-four counts of mail fraud and wire fraud and six counts of identity theft.  These charges are in relation to an income tax refund fraud scheme in which Berkowitz and his co-defendants defrauded and attempted to defraud the Internal Revenue Service and several states.  Related charges were also indicted in the Middle District of Pennsylvania.  Berkowitz was arrested in Israel as was another defendant; other arrests were made in Chicago and Los Angeles.  Ann Roe investigated this case and identified and halted $454,926.00 in fraudulent Kentucky refunds connected to this scheme.  These were identified and reported to the IRS as part of their investigation of this case.  The case is United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois indictment 09-CR-144.

Donna McDonald Donna L. McDonald of Louisville, Kentucky entered a guilty plea in Jefferson Circuit Court on one felony count of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property.  The charge was related to the operation of a business called Exclusively for You, Inc. and the failure to remit collected sales and payroll withholding tax.  Judge Irv Maze gave McDonald a one year prison sentence, diverted on conditions including the repayment of the full amounts owed for the theft of these tax revenues.  Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution.  Hon. Thomas R. Coffey prosecuted this case to its conclusion.  The case is Jefferson Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000483.

July 24, 2009

Danny Young Danny J. Young of Glasgow, Kentucky pled guilty in Franklin Circuit Court on one felony count of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property.  This charge is related to the operation of a business, Boltons Landing, Inc. in Barren County, and the failure to remit collected sales and payroll withholding taxes.  Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution.  Hon. Larry Cleveland prosecuted this case to its conclusion.  The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000042.


 

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