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Melissa Turpin
October 2009 - December 2009 Cases

Melissa Turpin of Monticello, Kentucky was indicted by the Franklin County Grand Jury on two felony counts of Filing Fraudulent Kentucky Individual Income Tax Returns. The charges are related to returns filed in 2007 and 2008 when Turpin was the elected Wayne County Clerk. Robin Kinney investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000245.


Christine Goss
December 9, 2009

Christine G. Goss of East Bernstadt, Kentucky was convicted of two felony counts of Theft of Identity by a Laurel Circuit Court jury. The charges are related to the filing of a 2007 Kentucky individual income tax return. Ann Roe testified at the trial of this matter. Hon. Danny Evans prosecuted this case to its conclusion. The case is Laurel Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000186.



Deborah Coulter October 7, 2009

Deborah J. Coulter of Bardstown, Kentucky was indicted by the Nelson County Grand Jury on two felony counts of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property. These charges are related to the operation of a business, Tom Pigs, Inc., and the failure to remit collected sales and payroll withholding tax. Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Nelson Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000259.



Timothy Beals
October 2, 2009

Timothy N. Beals of Glasgow, Kentucky was sentenced in Franklin Circuit Court on seven felony counts of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property. These charges were related to the operation of multiple businesses (CFB Foods, Inc., FAB Forty, Inc., FAB Forty One, Inc., FAB Forty Two, Inc., Four Dips, Inc., B’s Three, Inc. and Big Blue Krystal, Inc.) in Barren, Boyle, Fayette, Jefferson, Taylor, Warren and Wayne counties and the failure to remit collected sales tax. Judge Phillip J. Shepherd gave Beals 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 07-CR-000228.


MooreKimberly2.jpgSeptember 18, 2009

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.


Mark Jacobs
September 8, 2009

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.


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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.


Carolyn Farmer Williams
August 18, 2009

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.




Donna McDonald August 3, 2009

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.


Robert Rowlett
June 30, 2009

Robert Sean Rowlett of Milton, Kentucky pled guilty in Trimble Circuit Court to nine felony counts of Theft by Deception. These charges are related to the operation of a business, Kentucky Souvenir Shops, Inc., and the failure to remit collected sales tax and the issuance of bad checks to the Department of Revenue. Judge Karen A. Conrad gave Rowlett 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. Barry Moore prosecuted this case to its conclusion. The case is Trimble Circuit Court indictment 08-CR-000027.


Andrew Tarr
June 23, 2009

Andrew C. Tarr of Louisville, Kentucky was indicted on one felony count of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property. This charge was related to the operation of a business, Street & Strip Performance, and the failure to remit collected sales and use taxes. Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Jefferson Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-001828.





Michael P. McGuigan June 6, 2009

Michael P. McGuigan of Nicholasville, Kentucky was indicted by the Jessamine County Grand Jury on one felony count of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property. This charge is related to the operation of a business, All Seasons Sunrooms, LLC, and the failure to remit collected payroll withholding tax. Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Jessamine Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000216.



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Penny Elaine McLaughlin of Mount Washington, Kentucky was indicted by the Bullitt County Grand Jury on charges of Willfully Aiding or Assisting Others in the Preparation of a False Tax Return and Theft by Deception. These charges were related to the operation of a business, McLaughlin Financial Services Inc. This case was investigated and presented for prosecution by Ann Roe and David Whitehouse. The case is Bullitt Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000126.



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Lisa Ann Salyers a.k.a. Lisa Ann Collins of Jackson, Kentucky was sentenced in Franklin Circuit Court on 32 counts of Aiding or Assisting Others in the Preparation of False Tax Returns and Persistent Felony Offender Second Degree. Salyers was given a ten year prison sentence, probated on conditions including repayment of full restitution. Ann Roe investigated this case and prepared it for prosecution. Hon. Larry Cleveland prosecuted this case to its conclusion. The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 08-CR-00194.



Paul Salyers April 24, 2009

Paul Douglas Salyers of Jackson, Kentucky was sentenced in Franklin Circuit Court on 24 felony counts of Aiding or Assisting others in the Preparation of False Tax Returns, one felony count of Filing a False Kentucky Individual Income Tax Return, and Persistent Felony Offender Second Degree. Salyers was given a ten year prison sentence, probated on conditions including repayment of full restitution. Ann Roe investigated this case and prepared it for prosecution. Hon. Larry Cleveland prosecuted this case to its conclusion. The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 08-CR-00197.



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