Man Sentenced For Tax Fraud, Setting Fire To Globe Police Station

Nathaniel Dominick Myers was sentenced on August 27, 2018, to 24 months’ imprisonment and three years of supervised release after pleading guilty to false fictitious or fraudulent claim.

According to his plea agreement, on April 4, 2016, Myers prepared and e-filed a false Form 1040 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return for the tax year 2015 claiming a tax refund in the amount of $6,274,633. He electronically transmitted the false tax return from a computer located within a residence on East Timber Drive in Payson, Arizona. Upon receiving a refund check in the amount of $6,306,947.52, Myers took it to a BBVA Compass Bank branch in Payson and deposited it into his personal checking account.

According to court documents, on December 28, 2017, while on pre-trial release, Myers was arrested by the Globe Police Department for attempted arson of an occupied structure. A sergeant with the Globe Police Department reported that Myers set fire to the Globe Police Station.

The investigation in this case was conducted by Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation.

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2 Comments

  1. Wow!

    Doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence in the
    Internal Revenue Service methodology.

    Because there was interest attached to the
    refund claim; it means that the service took
    longer than 45 days to process that 6 MILLION
    dollar refund. No problem; still issued the
    check with over $30,000. in interest to this
    guy.

    I guess they thought he was an illegal alien
    and “deserved” the taxpayer’s money.

  2. Proof positive that the IRS is run by idiots. Imagine anything in Globe worth more than $6 million??

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