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Ozawkie man pleads to tax crimes
10/19/2018

(KAIR)--A Jefferson County man who owned a medical staffing company pleaded guilty Thursday to failing to pay payroll taxes to the Internal Revenue Service.

That word comes in a news release issued by the office of U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister.

According to the release, 61-year-old David Monhollon pleaded guilty to one count of failing to pay payroll taxes owed by First Call Medical Group, LLC.

In the plea, the Ozawkie resident admitted to having failed to pay more than $68,000 for seven quarters of the company’s payroll taxes. He admitted to knowing the taxes were due, but paid other obligations, including payroll, utilities, and telephone bills, instead,.

The company provided medical staffing services to health care providers.

Monhollon will be sentenced at a later date.

He faces up to five years in federal prison and a fine up to $250,000.

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