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Gillette woman sentenced for false claims, wire fraud

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A Gillette woman will serve 33 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for wire fraud, using an unauthorized access device and making false claims to the IRS. Alexa Kinney was sentenced Thursday, May 19, by U.S. District Court Judge Alan B. Johnson....
GILLETTE, WY
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cowboystatedaily.com

Gillette Woman Who Defrauded People Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars From Cheyenne Hotel Room Gets Prison

***For All Things Wyoming, Sign-Up For Our Daily Newsletter***. A Gillette woman convicted of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from various individuals and the Internal Revenue Service through three separate schemes, including one run while she was staying at Cheyenne’s Fairfield Inn, has been sentenced to almost three years in prison.
GILLETTE, WY
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IRS Obtained Conviction of Gillette Woman on Wire Fraud, False Claims

Cheyenne Wyo.- U.S. District Court Judge Alan B. Johnson sentenced Alexa Kinney of Gillette, Wyoming on May 19, 2022, to serve 33 months in prison followed by 3 years of supervised release for wire fraud, using an unauthorized access device, and making false claims to the Internal Revenue Service announced IRS – Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge Andy Tsui. Kinney was also ordered to pay restitution totaling $172,400 to her victims.
GILLETTE, WY
ksl.com

Ogden IRS office seeks to fill hundreds of jobs

OGDEN — Those in the market for a new job could receive an on-the-spot offer from the Internal Revenue Service during a hiring event this week in Ogden. The IRS will host a hiring event from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday this week — May 25-26 — at the Copper Nickel Events Center, 2450 Grant Ave. in Ogden, according to a news release. Walk-ins are welcome and the hiring event is open to the public.
OGDEN, UT
longisland.com

Former School Official and Local Restauranteur Indicted in Kickback Scheme

An indictment was unsealed today in federal court in Central Islip charging Sharon Gardner, the former Director of Food Services for the Hempstead Union Free School District (HUFSD), and Maria Caliendo, the owner of food service providers Smart Starts NY, Inc. (Smart Starts) and Prince Umberto’s restaurant in Franklin Square, with conspiracy to commit honest services wire fraud in connection with a kickback scheme involving HUFSD procurement contracts. The indictment also charges Caliendo with making false statements to a federal agent investigating the fraudulent scheme. The defendants are scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon before United States District Judge Joanna Seybert at the federal courthouse in Central Islip.
FRANKLIN SQUARE, NY

Opinion: Bad bosses who abuse their employees keep people out of the workforce

*This is a work of nonfiction and opinion based on actual events I experienced firsthand; used with permission.*. I’ve had more than my fair share of terrible bosses. That is the number one thing that is keeping me from applying to even more places than I already have in the past few months— the more keep thinking about it and the more I keep getting closer to the workforce, the more I am reminded about my horrible bosses and how I said I’d never take crap from one again.
WOLF

Monroe Co. vet clinic operators sentenced to jail for failing to remit payroll taxes

SAYLORSBURG, MONROE CO, (WOLF) — Two operators of a veterinary clinic in Monroe County were sentenced to prison for failure to remit payroll taxes. The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that 58-year-old Dr. Karin Breitlauch of Saylorsburg and 64-year-old Linda Breitlauch of Stroudsburg were each sentenced on May 20th to a year and one day imprisonment for failure to remit payroll taxes from their veterinary business.
SAYLORSBURG, PA
Forsyth County News

Johns Creek man sentenced in Paycheck Protection Program fraud cause

A Johns Creek man has been sentenced “for masterminding a scheme to obtain 14 fraudulent loans totaling approximately $11.1 million from the Paycheck Protection Program,” according to the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. In a news release, district court officials said Darrell Thomas,...
JOHNS CREEK, GA
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