Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Creating liberating content

Texas Student Kobe Mcadoo...

A Brazos County grand jury handed down an indictment on Friday against the...

US: The Most Illegal...

Cuban and Nicaraguan immigrants have been arriving in large numbers in the U.S....

US National Guard Shoots...

According to officials in the United States, a member of the National Guard...

Cigarette Smoking Rates are...

Many Americans have quit smoking in the past few years. A poll on...
HomeChicagoChicago Woman Imprisoned...

Chicago Woman Imprisoned for Fraud and Tax Crimes

A Chicago tax preparer was given a seven-year prison sentence today after being found guilty at trial of stealing her dead grandmother’s pension payments and making fake tax returns for customers.

Court papers and trial evidence showed that Eunice Salley submitted 22 fake tax returns for clients in 2016 and 2017.

Chicago woman sentenced to up to 50 years in son's 2018 beating death

Also read: Chicago Woman Accused of Dismembering Landlord Pleads Not Guilty

The returns reported fake earnings, withholdings, medical, charity, and employment costs. Salley charged consumers a preparation fee and up to 50% of the return. 22 bogus returns sought almost $1 million in refunds.

Salley Committed Pension Fraud

Salley’s grandmother, an American Can Co. retiree, died in 2009. Salley received monthly pension payments when her grandmother died.

American Can Co. paid the grandma 33 pension checks totaling $14,131 from January 2013 to December 2017.

FBI and IRS-Criminal Investigation

Salley deposited these checks into her six bank accounts. Salley falsely claimed her grandma was living by notarizing and submitting papers to the pension plan administrator. Salley failed to submit $5,000 in embezzled pension payments to the IRS in 2017.

Man who straw-purchased gun used to kill Chicago police Officer Ella French  sentenced to 2 ½ years in federal prison

Also read: Chicago Woman Defended Herself Against Carjacking by Shooting the Suspect in the Head with Concealed Carry License Foils

U.S. District Judge Robert M. Dow Jr. sentenced Salley to three years of supervised release and $558,369 in reparations.

The prosecutors were Tax Division Assistant Chief Andrew Kameros and Northern District of Illinois Assistant U.S. Attorney Barry Jonas.

Source: https://www.justice.gov/

Get notified whenever we post something new!

Continue reading

Texas Bill Would Give Food Desert Grocery Stores Tax Credits

The Albertsons on Lemmon and McKinney Avenues where Anga Sanders used to shop shuttered years ago. Her neighbourhood, home to 20,000 Dallasites, is a food desert, with no nutritious food alternatives within 5 miles. Sanders shopped at a 13-mile-away Albertsons. "Right...

Texas Woman Stores Hundreds of “Cold-Stunned” Bats in Her Attic

The Houston Humane Society in Texas saved more than a thousand bats that had been "cold-stunned" after falling from bridges during the cold weather. You can watch the video here; https://youtu.be/bNc5PFdjARk Source:https://currently.att.yahoo.com/

Texas, Red States Consider Medicaid Expansion After Abortion Restrictions

Makayla Robinson is seven months pregnant, jobless, living in a Dallas maternity home, and dependent on Medicaid, which may terminate next spring. Medicaid supports new moms in Texas for two months. The federal pandemic public health emergency that President Biden...