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On Monday December 9, 2013 at 12:20 pm the North Canton Police Department responded to 1161 North Main Street Lot 16, to investigate a report of the possibility of infant skeletal remains found in aMore >>
An investigation is underway after the skeletal remains of two infants were found in a North Canton mobile home.
Cops were called to the mobile home on North Main Street just before 12:30 p.m. on Monday.
Tuesday, December 10 2013 10:16 AM EST2013-12-10 15:16:30 GMT
(WABC/CNN) - Remember the waitress in New Jersey who said a customer didn't tip her because she was gay? Well, she doesn't have a job anymore. The restaurant, Gallop Asian Bistro, said it made a "jointMore >>
Remember the waitress in New Jersey who said a customer didn't tip her because she was gay? Well, she doesn't have a job anymore.More >>
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has released video of a weekend pile-up along US 41/45 in Germantown, Wisconsin. More >>
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has released video of a weekend pile-up along US 41/45 in Germantown, Wisconsin.More >>
TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Two Toledo tax service store managers have been indicted on federal fraud charges related to tax returns they prepared in 2011.
Adonay Mehreteab, 27, of Fort Wayne, Indiana and Miranda Parr, 32, of Heath, Ohio, are charged with conspiracy, wire fraud and making false, fictitious, or fraudulent claims to the Internal Revenue Service for tax year 2011. Parr also faces a charge of aggravated identity theft.
The Department of Justice says the two filed at least 114 false or fraudulent tax returns for 2011, resulting in a total return of $700,974 and a loss to the government of $265,510.
The DOJ says Mehreetab owned and operated two Instant Tax Service franchise offices in Toledo, one on Monroe Street and the other on Airport Highway. Mehreteab and Parr managed the offices, according to the indictment.
According to United States Attorney Steven M. Dettelbach, the stores offered loans of up to $1,000 near the end of 2011. In order to get the loan, customers would have to turn over their name, Social Security number, address, pay stub, names of dependants and their Social Security numbers. The indictment alleges Mehreetab and Parr prepared correct returns when the client was present but later added false items to the return, such as false wages or incorrect dependants, to increase the refund amount. They also added false credits and deductions without verification and, in some instances, without authorization, according to the indictment.
The DOJ also claims the businesses would charge exorbitant fees, typically $500 to $1,000 without informing client the fees would be deducted from his or her tax return.
"These defendants preyed upon clients who were in some cases desperate and in other cases not financially experienced," Dettelbach said. "We will continue to work with the IRS to prosecute those who would abuse tax laws."
Mugshots of wanted criminals listed as "Fugitive of the Week." Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of a fugitive is encouraged to contact their local authorities. More >>
Mugshots of wanted criminals listed as "Fugitive of the Week." Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of a fugitive is encouraged to contact the Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at 1-866-4WANTED or local police department. More >>