TAXPAYER

Saint Louis, MO

#1 Nov 6, 2013
it cost 20$ everytime you have hank claytons name removed from topix...people are gonna talk,,yo can't stop em from it..he's guilty, no matter what the other person has or hasn't done. poor fellow
Really

Saint Louis, MO

#2 Nov 6, 2013
You know 90% of Topix that are trash talking a specific someone are removed for free right... They'll remove anything, it just takes a little longer.
Confused

United States

#3 Nov 6, 2013
What are you talking about costing 20 to remove something? How does that involve taxpayers? Makes no sense. The ones putting him on Topix probably aren't the ones that pay taxes anyway. More than half this town is welfare recipients. Welfare, freeloaders, don't pay bills, thieves, free housing, WIC & foodstamp citizens. Oh my!
Well

United States

#4 Nov 6, 2013
It's public knowledge now! On the radio, tv and today I see it front page on the paper! He shouldn't have stole all that money and we wouldn't be talking about him. Unfortunately the whole town has new gossip for a while. Besides people are doing more talking in person than on this site!!! Word of mouth gets around better than Topix!
Really

Saint Louis, MO

#5 Nov 6, 2013
Well wrote:
It's public knowledge now! On the radio, tv and today I see it front page on the paper! He shouldn't have stole all that money and we wouldn't be talking about him. Unfortunately the whole town has new gossip for a while. Besides people are doing more talking in person than on this site!!! Word of mouth gets around better than Topix!
Talking amongst yourselves about someone is one thing, slandering them on a public forum is different. There is no "free speech" when it comes to slander. I hate to defend a criminal but you people are being immature and crossing the line. You must have no friends :/
curios

Campbell, MO

#6 Nov 6, 2013
Is Hank the son?
Guest

United States

#7 Nov 6, 2013
Oh he did it. And we can talk about it. You can have your opinion. It's all good
Well

Saint Louis, MO

#8 Nov 7, 2013
Sorry! But FREE SPEECH we have now includes technology. He slandered himself.
TAXPAYER

Saint Louis, MO

#9 Nov 7, 2013
for your info, confused,,,my screen name, taxpayer, doesn't have to have anything to do with the topic at hand..no wonder you are so confused.. stupid much?
Funny

United States

#10 Nov 7, 2013
TAXPAYER wrote:
for your info, confused,,,my screen name, taxpayer, doesn't have to have anything to do with the topic at hand..no wonder you are so confused.. stupid much?
You sure didn't answer the question! Haha Are you stupid much? talking about things you don't even know what you're talking about? You seem bitter poor thing, is something wrong?
Funny

United States

#11 Nov 7, 2013
Think I'll add a few more HANK CLAYTON JR discussions on here to cost 20$ to take off. Have a great day!
Can not believe it

United States

#12 Nov 7, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>
Talking amongst yourselves about someone is one thing, slandering them on a public forum is different. There is no "free speech" when it comes to slander. I hate to defend a criminal but you people are being immature and crossing the line. You must have no friends :/
IS THIS SLANDER??????????

CARUTHERSVILLE, MO
(KAIT) A southeast Missouri man is accused of taking hundreds of thousands of
dollars he was supposed to be sending the IRS on behalf of a business.

According to a news
release from the Caruthersville Police Department, Dwight Hank Clayton Jr., 32,
of Caruthersville was arrested on Nov. 1 for felony theft.

Owners of CMV In
Home Health Assistance Inc. contacted police on Oct. 28 about dealing with
Clayton. An investigator was told by the owners they had a verbal agreement
with Clayton in June 2012 to deposit employee payroll taxes into a bank account
and to pay quarterly taxes to the Internal Revenue Office. Clayton is an
employee of Landrum Tax Services of Caruthersville, according to police.

The owner told police
payments were given to Clayton on the 10th and 25th of
each month, but none had been paid. On Oct. 23 one of the owners was contacted by the IRS for unpaid taxes.

During the
investigation, police said Clayton did pay over $65,000 in payroll taxes to the
IRS, leaving an unpaid balance of $426,000 which he is accused of stealing.
Can not believe it

United States

#13 Nov 7, 2013
IS THIS SLANDER TOO???????

From: KCOW River Radio News

CARUTHERSVILLE MAN ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY STEALING OVER $400,000 FROM AREA BUSINESS



A Caruthersville man is accused of stealing over $400,000 from an area business.



According to the Caruthersville Police Department, 32 year old Dwight Hank Clayton Jr. was arrested on Friday on a charge of Theft/Stealing of property or services, value $25,000 or more.



Clayton had allegedly entered into a verbal agreement with a Caruthersville business to deposit employee payroll taxes into a bank account and to pay taxes quarterly with the IRS. Clayton was an employee with a tax services business in Caruthersville.



An investigation showed that Clayton reportedly paid a little over $65,000 in payroll taxes to the IRS, which left an unpaid balance of around $426,000.
Can not believe it

United States

#14 Nov 7, 2013
IS THIS SLANDER??????????

KFVS 12 News:

Police say a Caruthersville man is accused of stealing more than $420,000.

According to Caruthersville Police Chief Tony Jones, 32-year-old Dwight Hank Clayton, Jr. was taken into custody on Friday.

Clayton worked for Landrum Tax Services in Caruthersville.

On Friday shortly after 2:40 p.m., Caruthersville Police and Missouri Highway Patrol Division of Drug and Crime Control (DDCC), arrested Clayton on a felony charge of Theft/Stealing (value of Property or Services of $25,000 or more). Clayton is accused of stealing around $426,000 from a local business.

On Oct. 28 Caruthersville Police say they were contacted by the owners of CMV in Home Health Assistance, of Caruthersville. The Caruthersville Police Department Chief Investigator learned that the business had entered a verbal agreement with Clayton, an employee with Landrum Tax Services of Caruthersville, around June 25, 2012, to deposit employee payroll taxes into a bank account and to pay taxes quarterly with The Internal Revenue Services (IRS).

On October 23, 2013, one of the owners of CMV received a call from the IRS in reference to unpaid taxes. The owner stated he had made payments to Clayton on the 10th and 25th day of each month and none of the taxes had been paid.

Police say Clayton had paid a little over $65,000 in payroll taxes to the IRS, which left an unpaid balance around $426,000.

Information gathered from the investigation by the Caruthersville Police Department and Missouri Highway Patrol, led to Clayton being arrested on the charge of Theft and is being held in The Pemiscot County Jail, without a bond set, until an appearance in Pemiscot County Circuit Court on Nov. 4.

Copyright 2013 KFVS. All rights reserved.
Can not believe it

United States

#15 Nov 7, 2013
Do I need to post more I am seeing "slandered" all over the Internet Mr. or Mrs. Really? There's more! You really don't want to play a game I'm better at than you sweetheart.
TAXPAYER

Saint Louis, MO

#16 Nov 7, 2013
LOOK, funny, confused or Really...what ever name you are using now...I did answer your question. And you Are still stupid. And I do know about this, first hand, all the way around , and inside and out. But you are still rather ignorant.

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