A University of Miami defensive tackle who played in the NFL for much of the past decade now faces prison time after pleading guilty to tax-related fraud charges in federal court Friday.
Former NFL and University of Miami defensive tackle William Joseph will spend at least two years in federal prison after pleading guilty to charges related to an undercover FBI tax fraud investigation.
After pleading guilty, former Seminole tribe leader David Cypress was sentenced Thursday to 18 months in prison for filing a false tax return in 2007. Part of his plea deal: pay back nearly $5.5 million in overdue income taxes.
The few and the proud are anything but proud of Dorothy Boulin. The 29-year-old woman was sentenced Thursday for stealing Marines’ personal information then filing fraudulent tax returns.
On the same night the Miami Dade Gang Task Force was out chasing gang members for the types of crimes what you would normally expect — dealing drugs, stealing cars, and carrying guns. Another operation was taking place, this one involving something you would not expect.
A Miami juvenile detention officer is on the wrong side of the law after a traffic stop in Alachua County.
A United States Marine from North Miami is facing federal charges after police say he sold identities of fellow Marines to a Broward County woman who used them to file false tax returns.
Three former collegiate and NFL stars have been arrested by the FBI on federal charges related to an alleged scheme to steal identities and file false tax returns, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
A Tamarac man is behind bars after he was charged with ten counts of identity theft.
Tuesday April 17th BEFORE Midnight: We may have a little extra time for this years’ IRS deadline to file our 2011 Tax Returns. But there’s still plenty of taxpayers with last minute questions. The IRS’s […]