FEDERAL COURT: RUSSELLVILLE MAN INDICTED FOR FRAUD; AUTHORITIES NEED HELP IN FINDING HIM PDF Print
Thursday, 21 March 2013 04:22

In Federal Court in Bowling Green, the Owner and operator of a construction business that

performed work on commercial poultry houses was indicted by a federal

grand jury on February 13 and was unsealed yesterday, charging him with one count of personal income tax

evasion, ten counts of employment tax evasion, and four counts of failure

to report income tax announced David J. Hale, Untied States Attorney for

the Western District of Kentucky.

 

According to the indictment, Norman Hostetler, age 41, of Russellville,

Did willfully attempt to evade and defeat the payment of a large part of the

income taxes owed by him to the United States of America.  Hostetler

concealed his income by, among other things, failing to file individual

income tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for the

calendar years 1996 through 2011.

 

Between 1998  and 2011, Hostetler  used multiple shell companies to

disguise and conceal  his business, employees, and

employee payroll from the IRS by not paying employment taxes to the IRS and

by failing to file employment tax returns (Form 941) on behalf of his

employees

 

If convicted at trial, Hostetler faces 59 years in prison, a fine of

$3,150,000, and 3 years' supervised release.

 

This case is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Joshua

Judd and is being investigated by IRS Criminal Investigation Division.  If

you have any information as to the location of Norman Hostetler please

contact the IRS Criminal Investigative Division at 270-901-3048.

The indictment of a person by a Grand Jury is an accusation only and that person is

presumed   innocent until and unless proven guilty.

 

 

Today is all  Administrative Professionals Day!!

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