Oxford business owner charged with tax fraud

OXFORD An Oxford business owner is facing felony charges of tax fraud following a 10-month investigation by the Syracuse-based New York State Department of Taxation and Criminal Investigation Division and the Oxford Police Department.



Glenn M. Keeney Jr., 51, McDonough, owner of the Just-A-Smoking tobacco shop, 8 Main St., was charged on Monday with third degree criminal tax fraud and attempting to evade or defeat taxes imposed on cigars and tobacco both class E felonies as well as two counts of transporting tobacco on which the taxes imposed had not been paid a class A misdemeanor and two counts of having in his possession over 10 pounds of tobacco or more than 500 cigars which the tax imposed had not been paid.


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