MAN GUILTY IN TAX, DRUG, FRAUD CASE – Among other violations, he used nonprofit money for personal benefit


An Alabama man pleaded guilty to tax evasion, mail fraud, and drug conspiracy charges.

 According to court records, Kenneth Cherden Glasgow, 57, of Dothan, Alabama, solicited donations for nonprofits, representing that he would use those donations for charitable purposes. Instead, during the 2018 calendar year alone, Glasgow withdrew $407,450.00 in cash from the bank accounts of one of his nonprofit organizations and used the money for his own benefit.

 Glasgow also admitted to mailing documents containing false statements to the Social Security Administration so that he could continue receiving disability benefits and related health benefits under the Medicare and Medicaid programs.

 In addition, he pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to possess cocaine with intent to distribute. According to the plea agreement, the drug conspiracy started with others at an unknown date and continued through August 2020.

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