Bossier/Webster DA’s Office Receives Proceeds of Forfeiture Case
Bossier/Webster District Attorney Schuyler Marvin’s office has just been given a check for more than $119,000. That’s half the amount of cash seized during a routine traffic stop by State Police in February of last year.
The three men who were in the car they stopped were found to be part of a scheme where they cashed fraudulent tax refund checks. They were on their way from Houston back to Pennsylvania with a load of hidden cash when they were stopped.
The criminal charges in the case were prosecuted in state court and the forfeiture case was successfully pursued in federal court.
Shown in the photo, from left to right, are: U.S. Attorney Stephanie Finley, First Assistant U.S. Attorney Alexander Van Hook, IRS Special Agent Darrin Heusel, IRS Supervisory Special Agent Ted Magee, Assistant U.S. Attorney Ramsay McCullough, IRS Special Agent in Charge Gabriel Grchan, 26th Judicial District Attorney Schuyler Marvin, Louisiana State Police Master Trooper Rodger Cason, Louisiana State Police Captain Tom Madden, Louisiana State Police Trooper First Class Brent Peart, and Louisiana State Police Sgt. Jason Parker.