Running Foul of the IRS


A man from Crownsville was convicted of defrauding the IRS and other tax crimes in connection with a multi-million dollar tax evasion scheme. Irvin Hannis Catlett Jr., 63 and his co-conspirators, Walter Cullum of Columbia and James Unterreiner of Bowie pleaded guilty to their roles in the scheme.

Catlett Jr., who operated a company called Tax Resolutions Inc. on Laurel, submitted 275 fraudulent tax returns for clients and created false tax shelters. From 1999 to 2009, he also falsely represented several companies purportedly involved in the sale and leasing of automobiles as profitable companies when in actual fact, the companies had were not conducting legal businesses at all.

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