Franchise Tax

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Sales & Use Tax

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Michael Wade Ledford, 38, of Midland

Michael Wade Ledford, 38, of Midland, was arrested after being indicted by a Midland County Grand Jury for forgery under Chapter 162 of the Tax Code. Ledford is accused in court documents of intentionally and knowingly falsifying and altering invoices and shipping documents relating to diesel fuel deliveries. The offense is a third-degree felony. Ledford’s case, filed as cause number CR39690, is pending in Midland County District Court. The investigation was jointly conducted by the Texas Rangers and the Criminal Investigation Division of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Kenneth Walter Moore, Jr., 33, of Weatherford

Kenneth Walter Moore, Jr., 33, of Weatherford, was sentenced after entering a plea of guilty February 14 to Engaging in a Motor Fuel Tax Scheme, a second-degree felony. Moore was accused by indictment of engaging in motor fuel transactions without a license. He was sentenced to 2 years of deferred adjudication and ordered to pay a $5,000 fine, restitution of $600, and perform 160 hours of community service.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Charles Clay Clark, 24, of Robert Lee

Charles Clay Clark, 24, of Robert Lee, was convicted of second-degree felony motor fuel tax fraud and sentenced to 10 years in the Institutional Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, probated for 10 years. Clark admitted to intentionally and knowingly evading and attempting to evade motor fuel taxes by using, concealing, and delivering dyed diesel fuel for the operation of a motor vehicle upon a public highway. The case, filed as cause number C-11-0472-5B, was prosecuted in the 340th District Court of Tom Green County.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Randy Don Jeffreys, 51, of Lubbock

Randy Don Jeffreys, 51, of Lubbock, was arrested after being indicted by a Travis County Grand Jury for motor fuel tax fraud. Jeffreys is accused by indictment of intentionally and knowingly evading and attempting to evade motor fuel tax by using dyed diesel in a motor vehicle for use on a public highway. The case, filed as D1DC12-900013, is pending in Travis County District Court.

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Shane Gloeckler, 41, of Joshua

Shane Gloeckler, 41, of Joshua, was arrested after being indicted by a Travis County Grand Jury for motor fuel tax fraud. Gloeckler is accused by indictment of intentionally and knowingly evading and attempting to evade motor fuel tax, including by intentionally and knowingly delivering dyed diesel into a motor vehicle for use on a public highway. Gloeckler’s case, filed as cause number D1DC12-900012, is pending in Travis County District Court.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Luis Francisco Hernandez, 24, of Denver City

Luis Francisco Hernandez, 24, of Denver City, pled guilty to Class A misdemeanor Theft. Hernandez was accused of unlawfully appropriating 375 gallons of diesel fuel from Five Star Consolidated Company. Hernandez was sentenced to 2 years of deferred adjudication, fined $800, ordered to pay $1462 in restitution, and ordered to perform 24 hours of community service. The case, filed as cause number 1150, was prosecuted in Yoakum County.

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Matthew Turner Abbott, 42, of New Braunfels

Matthew Turner Abbott, 42, of New Braunfels, was convicted of the offense of Attempted Tampering with a Governmental Record, a Class A misdemeanor. According to court documents, Abbott’s case related to the veracity of an application for Texas title for a motor vehicle. After pleading guilty, Abbott was sentenced to one year in the Travis County Jail, probated for two years. During the two year term, he is prohibited from engaging in the buying or selling of motor vehicles for profit. Additional conditions include paying a $3,000 fine and performing 80 hours community service. Abbott’s case, cause number D1DC11-900187, was prosecuted in Travis County.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Mohammad Hanif, 51, of Spring

Mohammad Hanif, 51, of Spring, was sentenced to four years of deferred adjudication after entering a plea of guilty to second-degree felony motor fuel tax fraud. Hanif was accused by indictment of intentionally and knowingly accepting a delivery of motor fuel without shipping documents, while acting as a dealer. As conditions, Hanif was fined $10,000, ordered to pay $832 in restitution, and ordered to perform 160 hours of community service.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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William Lee Atkerson, 59, of San Angelo

William Lee Atkerson, 59, of San Angelo, was convicted upon a plea of guilty of Theft of Property over $50 but less than $500, a Class B misdemeanor. Atkerson was accused in court documents of theft of 106 gallons of untaxed diesel fuel from Desta Drilling Company. Atkerson was sentenced to 6 months in the Reeves County Jail, probated for one year, and was ordered to pay a $500 fine, perform 20 hours community service, and pay $324 in restitution to Desta Drilling. The case, filed as cause number 27753, was prosecuted in Reeves County.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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General Carothers, 56, of Springtown

General Carothers, 56, of Springtown, pled guilty to the Class A offense of Concealing Motor Fuel and was sentenced to 2 years of deferred adjudication in Travis County cause number D1DC11-900158. Carothers was ordered to serve one day in the Travis County Jail and perform 60 hours of community service restitution as conditions of probation.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Jorge Enrique Cardozo, 45, of San Angelo

Jorge Enrique Cardozo, 45, of San Angelo, was indicted by a Sterling County Grand Jury on two counts of motor fuel tax fraud. Cardozo is accused in court documents of intentionally and knowingly transporting motor fuel without the proper documents required by law, and of intentionally and knowingly engaging in a motor fuel transaction without the license required by law. The offenses are second- and third-degree felonies. Cardozo’s case, filed as cause number 831, is pending in Sterling County District Court.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Jose A. Ruiz, 44, of Odessa

Jose A. Ruiz, 44, of Odessa, was convicted of a third-degree felony motor fuel tax fraud offense. Ruiz pled guilty to Engaging in a Motor Fuel Transaction without a License and was sentenced to 5 years in the Institutional Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ), probated for 4 years. Conditions of community supervision include the payment of restitution in the amount of $2,730 to Big Dog Rig Movers and performance of 10 hours of community service per month. Ruiz was convicted in a related State Jail Felony Theft case, receiving a sentence of 2 years in the State Jail Division of TDCJ, probated for 4 years, to run concurrent to his motor fuels case. Ruiz’s cases, filed as cause numbers CR39486 and CR39153, were prosecuted in Midland County.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

 

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Adolfo Baeza Mendoza, 33, of Big Spring

Adolfo Baeza Mendoza, 33, of Big Spring, was convicted of the Class A misdemeanor offense of Concealing Motor Fuel. He was sentenced to serve one day in the Reeves County Jail and ordered to pay a $500 fine and pay restitution of $380 to Desta Drilling. Mendoza’s case was prosecuted as Reeves County cause number 27,687.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Rene Rodriguez Garcia, 47, of Pecos

Rene Rodriguez Garcia, 47, of Pecos, was convicted of the Class A misdemeanor offense of Concealing Motor Fuel. He was sentenced to serve one day in the Reeves County Jail and to pay restitution of $1220 to Desta Drilling. Garcia’s case was prosecuted as Reeves County cause number 27,685.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Jeffrey Stoddard, 41, of El Paso

Jeffrey Stoddard, 41, of El Paso was sentenced to serve 6 months in the El Paso County Detention Facility after pleading guilty to Attempting to Transport Unstamped Cigarettes, a state jail felony. Stoddard was accused by indictment of offering unstamped cigarettes for sale on Craig’s List, and then transporting the product for the purpose of making a sale. The case, filed as cause number 2011ODO3977-327, was prosecuted in El Paso County.

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Jimmy Dane Bishop, 58, of Winters

Jimmy Dane Bishop, 58, of Winters, was sentenced to 4 years of deferred adjudication in two felony cases involving motor fuel tax fraud. Bishop admitted to the allegations contained in the indictments, which included that he using dyed diesel in a motor vehicle on a public highway, made and delivered false tax reports to the Comptroller, failed to remit motor fuel tax funds, and made and delivered to the Comptroller reports required to be made by law which contained false information. Bishop was ordered to pay a $5,000 fine and perform 160 hours of community service. The cases, filed as cause numbers D1DC-900075 and -76, were prosecuted in Travis County.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Juan Jose Hernandez, 32, of Denver City

Juan Jose Hernandez, 32, of Denver City was sentenced to 4 years of deferred adjudication after pleading guilty to state jail felony Theft. Hernandez was accused of unlawfully appropriating diesel fuel valued between $1500 and $20,000 from Five Star Consolidated without its consent. Hernandez was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine, pay restitution of $3,432, and perform 120 hours of community service. The case, filed as cause number 2923, was prosecuted in Yoakum County District Court.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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Kenneth Obrian Payne, 42, of Houston

Kenneth Obrian Payne, 42, of Houston, was convicted of the second-degree felony offense of Evading Motor Fuel Tax and sentenced to 30 months in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Institutional Division. Payne’s sentence came after a plea of guilty in the case, filed as Travis County cause number D1DC11-900155.

*Originally published at http://www.window.state.tx.us/about/cid/case_news.html

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