Middle Georgia's Most Wanted: Macon Woman Wanted in Tax Fraud Case
Macon Police are hoping you can help track down a local woman on the run from multiple law enforcement agencies.
"The Secret Service, the FBI, the IRS, the Georgia Department of Revenue and Macon P.D.," said Macon Police Department Detective Chris Paul.
Yolanda King, 32, is wanted for an elaborate fraudulent tax return ring. King allegedly racked up millions of dollars in fake tax returns she filed using other people's identity.
Paul said King ran an elaborate fraudulent tax return ring for about five years.
"She would get all of the information from nursing facilities or housing facilities or people with a large amount of information on other people," said Paul. " So, she would know people on the inside of those places and they would provide her with that information."
Police said King would use stolen social security numbers to file dozens of fake tax returns. She would then load the money on debit cards.
King was arrested twice and bonded out of jail each time. Police said she has been dodging them for months.
They believe she is not too far away because she has family and friends in Macon and Warner Robins.
If you have seen King or know where she's located Macon Police are asking you to call Crimestoppers at (877)-68-CRIME.