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Clark County, IN- A Jeffersonville business owner was arrested Monday on several felony charges following an Indiana State Police and Indiana Department of Revenue investigation.  

The investigation began in December of 2021 after Detective Tim Denby with the Indiana State Police Special Investigations Section received information of possible illegal activity by 51-year-old Frankie Lee Garrett, the owner of Garrett General Grocery in Jeffersonville, Indiana.  During the investigation, investigators examined numerous records, including business and tax documents. As a result of the investigation, Detective Denby and Indiana Department of Revenue investigators believe Frankie Garrett failed to report over $40,000 in taxable sales from 2019 to 2023.  All information was then submitted to the Clark County Prosecutor’s Office for review and possible charges. 

On Monday, Frankie Garrett was arrested without incident.  He is charged with one count of Corrupt Business Influence, a Level 5 Felony; five counts of Theft, each a Level 6 Felony; and five counts of Failure to Remit Sales Tax, each a Level 6 Felony.   

Special Investigation Detectives and Indiana Department of Revenue investigators stated they always appreciate the majority of Hoosiers who voluntarily comply with Indiana tax laws.  

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