Monday, January 14, 2013
A Wichita couple has been sentenced on tax fraud charges.
The US attorney’s office says 60-year-old Charles Kriel was sentenced to 12 months and a day. His wife, 60-year-old Pamela Kriel, was sentenced to time served.
The Kriels, who were co-owners of a computer consulting company, both pleaded guilty to one count of making a fraudulent claim for a tax return from tax year 2008. In addition, Charles Kriel pleaded guilty to one count of submitting a fraudulent promissory note to his mortgage lender.
In their pleas, they admitted the false claims would have caused a loss of at $961,569 to the Internal Revenue Service.
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