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ChrismanRandy2.JPGDecember 15, 2010

Randy E. Chrisman of Richmond, Kentucky, pled guilty in Franklin Circuit Court to two felony counts of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property. These charges are related to the operation of two businesses, Chrisman’s Quick Express in Jackson County and Red Lick Valley Country Store in Madison County, and the failure to remit collected sales and payroll withholding tax. Judge Thomas Wingate gave Chrisman a two year sentence, diverted for five years upon conditions including full payment of restitution. 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 10-CR-000037.


LutherKevin2.jpgDecember 10, 2010

Kevin Dawson Luther of Louisville, Kentucky was sentenced in Jefferson Circuit Court on three felony counts of Failure to File a Kentucky Individual Income Tax Return. The charges are related to the 2006, 2007 and 2008 tax years. Judge Susan Schultz Gibson sent Luther to prison to serve a one year sentence. Ann Roe investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. Hon. Stacy Greive prosecuted this case to its conclusion. The case is Jefferson Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-1581.


October 21, 2010

Leo A. Marcum of Lowmansville, Kentucky, an attorney and the former elected Commonwealth’s Attorney for Johnson, Lawrence and Martin counties, was indicted by the Franklin County Grand Jury on six felony counts of Failure to File a Kentucky Individual Income Tax Return for tax years 2004 through 2009. Robin Kinney investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 10-CR-00220.


September 8, 2010

Gary L. Hatfield of Corbin, Kentucky was indicted by the Franklin County Grand Jury on three felony theft counts. These charges are in connection with a business, CLM Restaurants, Inc., dba O’Mally’s Eatery and Pub, and the failure to remit collected sales tax and payroll withholding tax along with the issuance of a bad check to the Department of Revenue. Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 10-CR-00185.


MouktafiMohammed2.jpgJune 25, 2010

Mohammed Mouktafi pled guilty in Fayette Circuit Court to the felony offense of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property. This charge is in connection with a business, Le Bistro, LLC, and the failure to remit collected sales tax and payroll withholding tax. Judge Ernesto Scorsone sentenced Mr. Mouktafi to five years in prison, diverted upon condition of repayment of full restitution. Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. Hon. Todd Bradbury prosecuted this case to its conclusion. The case is Fayette Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-00076.


JacksonRiggMichelle.jpgJune 11, 2010

Margaret Michelle Jackson-Rigg of Maysville and Flemingsburg, Kentucky pled guilty in Franklin Circuit Court to seven felony counts of Failure to File a Kentucky Individual Income Tax Return. Jackson-Rigg is a lawyer who practiced in Mason County; the charges are related to tax years 2002 through 2008. Hon. Larry Cleveland prosecuted this case to its conclusion. Robin Kinney investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000231.


May 26, 2010

Deanna P. Stewart of Georgetown, Kentucky was indicted by the Franklin 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, S.I.D. Ventures, LLC, dba Justix Restaurant, and the failure to remit collected sales and payroll withholding taxes. Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 10-CR-00118.

Stephen Kenneth Stewart of Georgetown, Kentucky was indicted by the Franklin 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, S.I.D. Ventures, LLC, dba Justix Restaurant, and the failure to remit collected sales and payroll withholding taxes. Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 10-CR-00118.

Letitia A. Lubbe of Owenton, Kentucky was indicted by the Franklin 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, Lubbe, Inc., dba Dairy Queen of Owenton, and the failure to remit collected sales tax and payroll withholding tax. Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 10-CR-00117.

Douglas B. Lubbe of Owenton, Kentucky was each indicted by the Franklin 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, Lubbe, Inc., dba Dairy Queen of Owenton, and the failure to remit collected sales tax and payroll withholding tax. Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Franklin Circuit Court indictment 10-CR-00117.


shirleyhinton2.bmpMay 21, 2010

Shirley Hinton of Vanceburg, Kentucky was sentenced in Lewis Circuit Court on thirteen felony counts: six counts of Filing a False Income Tax Return, six counts of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property and one count of Official Misconduct First Degree. The tax charges against Hinton are related to her Kentucky individual income tax returns for 1999, 2001 and 2005-2008 when she served as the elected Lewis County Clerk. Hinton was sentenced to six years in prison, probated. Hinton paid in full $5,133 owed for state income taxes in those years. Robin Kinney investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. Hon. Todd Lewis, Office of the Attorney General, Division of Special Prosecutions prosecuted the case to this conclusion. The case is Lewis Circuit Court indictment 10-CR-000001.


CunninghamTerry2.jpgMay 21, 2010 

Terry Lynn Cunningham of Lexington, Kentucky pled guilty in Fayette Circuit Court to a felony count of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property. This charge is related to the operation of a business, Express Vending, Inc., and the failure to remit collected sales and payroll withholding tax, along with the issuance of a bad check to the Department of Revenue. Cunningham was given a five year prison sentence and placed on pretrial diversion with conditions including the payment of restitution in full. Debra Clancy investigated this case and presented it for prosecution. The case is Fayette Circuit Court indictment 09-CR-000841.​




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