Pair arrested in Forest Lake car brea...

Pair arrested in Forest Lake car break-ins

There are 5 comments on the story from Aug 20, 2010, titled Pair arrested in Forest Lake car break-ins. In it, reports that:

Forest Lake police have arrested two people in connection with a rash of car break-ins Thursday.

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#1 Aug 21, 2010
Thank you for catching them. I was worried.
No spin zone

United States

#2 Aug 21, 2010
Well I guess it paid off to have a second office for FLPD at Perkins.

Inver Grove Heights, MN

#3 Aug 21, 2010
They should each lose a hand over this,do it to all theives,people who steal from others,should be dealt with severly.

Saint Cloud, MN

#4 Aug 23, 2010

Saint Paul, MN

#5 Aug 25, 2010
yo-yo wrote:
They should each lose a hand over this,do it to all theives,people who steal from others,should be dealt with severly.
Ham Lake couple facing felony tax charges

St. Paul, Minn.– A Ham Lake couple faces felony tax charges in Anoka County, the Minnesota Department of Revenue announced today. William Peter McCann, 65, and Patricia Mary McCann, 63, both of 14101 Coral Sea St. N.E., allegedly filed false individual income tax returns from 2003 through 2005.

During a department investigation, it was discovered that from 2003 through 2005 the defendants allegedly received over $140,000 of taxable income that was not reported to the State of Minnesota.

According to the complaint, the McCanns owe the state at least $9,750 in income tax for those years. A full formal audit has not been completed.

William McCann allegedly admitted that he had been doing remodeling jobs since 2002 and had received $25 an hour, even though he is not a licensed contractor in Minnesota. He admitted to running a lawn sprinkler service for the past four years as well. The income he received from both of these jobs was not reported on the couple’s tax returns.

Patricia McCann allegedly acknowledged that she knew her husband was involved in remodeling and construction projects, and that the money was put into their checking accounts, but was not reported on their individual income tax returns. She also admitted to failing to report that she had received $225 per week for house cleaning services since April 2003.

Each felony count is punishable by a maximum sentence of five years in prison, a fine of up to $10,000, or both.

The Minnesota Department of Revenue is dedicated to enforcing tax laws, collecting no more and no less than taxpayers owe. The department takes progressively stricter measures against taxpayers who demonstrate that they will not voluntarily meet their obligations.

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