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Bismarck man charged with 9 counts of filing fake tax returns

BISMARCK -- A Bismarck man is facing charges in the U.S. District Court for North Dakota after an Internal Revenue Service investigation alleged that he submitted more than $43,000 in fraudulent tax refund claims.

BISMARCK - A Bismarck man is facing charges in the U.S. District Court for North Dakota after an Internal Revenue Service investigation alleged that he submitted more than $43,000 in fraudulent tax refund claims.
Solomon Lindsay, 38, is being held at Burleigh County Detention Center after being arrested Monday on nine felony federal counts.
The sealed federal grand jury indictment against Lindsay states there was a different name on each fraudulent tax return dated from Feb. 24, 2010, to March 18, 2013.
Lindsay allegedly pocketed a total of $43,544.

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