HAMBURG, N.Y. (WIVB) – A Hamburg man won’t spend any time behind bars for impersonating a revenue officer of the Internal Revenue Service.
In 2009, the IRS sent out levy releases to several companies, directing them to pay the IRS monies owed to Southtown Sports.
The owner of Southtown Sports, 52-year-old Jack DeMeo, took one of the levy releases and altered it. He then sent it out to several other companies, including some previously contacted by the IRS, directing them to pay monies owed directly to Southtowns Sports.
DeMeo was sentenced Tuesday to one year probation for impersonating a federal officer.