Ohio U.S. Attorney's Office: Cincinnati Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Failing to Claim Off-Duty Detail Cash Earnings on Her Tax Returns
The office of the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio issued the following news release on Nov. 2:
A Cincinnati police officer pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court today to submitting false tax returns by failing to report cash income she earned from off-duty work details.
Quianna Campbell, 40, of Cincinnati, was arrested and charged by criminal complaint in February 2020. Today, she pleaded guilty to three counts of the indictment of filing false tax returns.