A former Internal Revenue Service agent was sentenced to 30 months in prison for helping a heroin dealer to buy a $65,000 BMW 745i while concealing his ownership of the vehicle.
Evelyn Millen, 50, allegedly conspired with her niece's boyfriend, LaMauro Coleman, 29, to purchase the vehicle in June 2003 in her name with proceeds from Coleman's drug-trafficking activities. In return, she received $3,000, which she used to buy a Rolex watch. Millen, a 30-year IRS employee, was suspended without pay following her arrest last year, according to the Detroit Free Press.
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