Sentencing for Motor Fuel Tax Evasion Conspiracy
August 24, 2001
Alex Krechmar of Brooklyn NY was sentenced in Federal court in Camden, NJ for his part in a scheme with over 20 people to evade payment of motor fuel taxes totalling $140 million. Krechmar was sentenced to 60 months’ probation and ordered to pay $6,000 in restitution and serve 12 months’ home confinement. The prosecution was the result of an undercover investigation by a multi-agency task force that included agents from DOT OIG, IRS, and FBI.