Woman Pleads Guilty In Fraudulent Tax Return Case
A guilty plea in a case involving fraudulent tax returns. Angela Gallow pleaded guilty in US District Court to a federal conspiracy charge involving preparing fraudulent tax returns. Gallow and her sister-in-law, Cella Gallow, of Mamou, were indicted on charges of conspiracy and assisting in the preparation of fraudulent tax returns in March 2010. Angela Gallow said she did not look over or ask questions about any returns Cella Gallow prepared. She did says she knew that many returns contained fake and false information concerning the gross income of tax payers. She'll be sentenced at a later date.