Trussville man sentenced to two years in prison for tax scheme

A Trussville man has been sentenced to two years in prison for a scheme to collect millions of dollars from the IRS on false tax returns.{} Norman James Secor is convicted on four counts of making false claims against the government by filing or aiding in the filing of false income tax returns and supporting documents.{} The scheme took place between June 2008 and February 2009.


Secor has been ordered to pay the IRS $204,172 in restitution, which was part of his plea agreement with the government.{} Secor must report to prison April 28 and serve three years of supervised release after completing his prison term.{}