Claymont woman heads to prison in tax scam
By Amy Cherry

A Claymont woman will spend more than four years in federal prison.

Dawn Chamberlain admitted to filing 450 false federal income tax returns for her clients, claiming tax credits they weren't eligible to receive.

Chamberlain also stole from her clients, keeping a portion of their tax refunds.

She's responsible for defrauding the U.S. Treasury out of at least $1.5 million.




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