August 15, 2022

Milwaukee Man Killed for Tax Refund Offers Another Reason to Adjust Withholding

The violent filing season of 2014 continues:

A Milwaukee man was charged Tuesday in connection with a homicide on the city's south side in which the victim was targeted for his tax refund.

Doneal Bell, 21, was charged with felony murder in the fatal shooting of Mario D. Towns, 23, on March 1 in the 1600 block of S. 3rd St., according to a criminal complaint.

According to the complaint, Bell and a man identified only as "Tone" forced their way into a residence, where they held Towns and the occupants at gunpoint and demanded money and marijuana.

The two men had heard Towns had recently received his tax refund and had purchased a large amount of marijuana.

Towns was found with $3,640 in his pocket and Bell could be sentenced to up to 55 years in prison.

Previously:
Angry Guy Who Hates Tax Season Having an Even Worse Tax Season Than You
Missouri Man Assaults H&R Block Employee Because Tax Return
Suburban Cleveland Councilman Denies Getting in Brawl With Liberty Tax Sign Spinner

Latest Accounting Jobs--Apply Now:

Have something to add to this story? Give us a shout by email, Twitter, or text/call the tipline at 202-505-8885. As always, all tips are anonymous.

Comments are closed.

Related articles

CPAs: Make Direct Indexing Your Estate Planning Secret Weapon

Traditionally, the role of accounting professionals in estate planning has been tertiary at best, with clients consulting CPAs only on the tax implications of select decisions—or simply leaving them out of the process altogether.  As you’re certainly sick of hearing by now, however, today’s most successful CPAs are taking on more advisory functions, with one […]