Grand Jury Drills La Crosse Dentist for Tax Evasion

LA CROSSE, WI (Ben Caxton) — A La Crosse Dentist has been indicted for tax evasion by a Madison Grand Jury. The indictment which was handed down Thursday says Frederick Kriemelmeyer, who operated a dental practice in La Crosse, was ordered by the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin to pay $135,337 to the Internal Revenue Service for unpaid individual income taxes in 2007. Kriemelmeyer did not pay the judgment and by December of 2012 faced more than $450,000 in taxes, interest, and penalties. During that time the grand jury indictment alleges Kriemelmeyer took actions to evade payment by failing to file new returns, directing patients to pay in cash or with personal checks that left the payee line blank and by paying his business and personal expenses with cash and third-party checks. If convicted, Kriemelmeyer faces a statutory maximum sentence of five years in prison on each count.

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