Akron woman convicted of tax crimes
An Akron woman was convicted of tax crimes for failing to report more than $200,000 in income, said Steven M. Dettelbach, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio.
Kelly Prigmore, 43, was found guilty following a trial on two counts of making and subscribing false federal income tax returns for the years 2006 and 2007.
Sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 12.
Prigmore worked as a self-employed home health care provider for a client who paid her for live-in 24 hour services. Prigmore filed joint personal income tax returns on which she omitted approximately $209,601 of her home health care service income, according to court documents.
For 2006, she reported total income of $8,600 and omitted additional income of approximately $96,806. For 2007, she reported total income of $8,990 and omitted additional income of approximately $112,795, according to court documents.
This case is being prosecuted by Special Assistant United States Attorney Perry D. Mastrocola and Assistant United States Attorney John Siegel, following an investigation by the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation, Akron, Ohio.