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Anderson's Ark promoters arraigned
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Posted: 1/20/2003 11:48:05 AM

By: Sooltauq

No. 13
Tuesday January 21, 2003
Page G-11

ISSN 1523-567X

Tax, Budget & Accounting
In Brief



Tax Fraud
Six Anderson's Ark Shelter Promoters Arraigned


Six promoters of Anderson's Ark & Associates who were charged in an 87 count indictment returned in December were arraigned Jan. 17 and two promoters asked that their arraignments be continued, J. Steven J. Pasholk, special agent in charge of the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Field Office in Seattle, announced.

The eight promoters charged are Keith Anderson, a former resident of Hoodsport, Wash.; Wayne Anderson of Fresno, Calif.; Karolyn Grosnickle of Hoodsport, Wash.; Pamela Moran of Montrose, Colo.; James Moran of Montrose, Colo.; Tara Lagrand of Naples, Fla.; Gary Kuzel of Woodbridge, Ill.; and Lynden Bridges of Wheat Ridge, Colo.

All eight were charged with conspiring to defraud IRS and with aiding and assisting in the filing of materially false income tax returns in connection with their work with Anderson's Ark and Associates. In addition, Keith Anderson, Wayne Anderson, Karolyn Grosnickle, Pamela Moran, and James Moran were indicted on charges of mail fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud


 

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