Guam – Having taken a plea deal with the federal government in the Luxury Automobile fraud case, tax preparer and Prestige Automobile employee Ana Absalon will not spend a day in jail for her involvement in the scheme.
Absalon signed a plea deal and entered a plea of guilty in November 2017 to a charge of knowing or reckless disclosure or use of information by preparers of returns.
Under the agreement, the remaining two charges against her were dismissed.
According to court documents, she used the information she obtained from individuals she prepared taxes for to register luxury vehicles that were shipped to buyers in China.
Court documents state that as part of the deal, Absalon agreed to assist authorities in the case.
As a result of her assistance, she was sentenced to one-year probation.