Six charged, including two from Dearborn, with tax conspiracy and wire fraud
To disguise his ownership of the entities, Angelo allegedly designated nominee owners over some of the entities. Hassan Kamal Fayad, Mirna Kamal Fayad, Mann, Quartz, Rosina Angelo and others allegedly helped Angelo operate the entities. Hassan Kamal Fayad — a resident of Dearborn and Detroit and the brother of Mirna Fayad. Mirna Kamal Fayad — a resident of Dearborn and the sister of Hassan Fayad. Angelo allegedly directed these individuals to contact crash victims and offer them services provided by Angelo’s network of entities.arabamericannews.com
6 charged in complex decade-long scheme to solicit business from Michigan crash victims
A group of people and businesses in West Bloomfield, Dearborn, Detroit, Clinton Township and several others cities across Metro Detroit have been linked to a complex fraud scheme aimed at soliciting millions of dollars’ worth of business from Michigan crash victims over the past decade.
Michigan Based Wire Fraud Conspiracy and Tax Offenses Charged
John Angelo and Rosina Angelo were also each charged with three counts of aiding in the preparation of a false tax return and Cory Mann was charged with two additional counts of aiding in the preparation of a false tax return. From at least September 2010 through November 2016, John Angelo and Rosina Angelo also allegedly conspired to defraud the IRS’s efforts to assess taxes and to collect approximately $1.3 million in taxes and penalties due from John Angelo, by directing fees earned by John Angelo to a nominee entity. The indictment further alleges that John Angelo and Rosina Angelo assisted in the preparation of John Angelo’s false 2015, 2016, and 2018 individual income tax returns. Finally, the indictment alleges Mann assisted in the preparation of his own false 2018 individual tax return and a false 2018 entity tax return. John Angelo and Rosina Angelo face a maximum sentence of five years in prison for conspiracy to defraud the IRS.justice.gov