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Biel Semexant, Former Sunrise, Florida Business Owner, Arrested for Tax Fraud

Biel Semexant, a former Sunrise, Florida business owner, was arrested Tuesday after he was accused of defrauding the government out of an excess of $130,000 in taxes, news sources indicate. The alleged fraud occurred in connection to Semexant’s two South Florida businesses. Semexant, 41, was booked into the Broward County Jail on charges of theft from state fund, filing a fraudulent return, and failing to file six consecutive returns. It is unclear whether he has qualified for bail. It is also not yet known whether he has hired an attorney.

Reports say Semexant is the former owner of two South Florida car dealerships: Smart Carz, LLC, located off Southwest 27th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale, and Auction Access USA, located off North Dixie Highway in Wilton Manors. Both businesses reportedly specialized in the buying and selling of used cars. Records show that both businesses are no longer open, but it is unclear whether this recent arrest played a role in their closure.

According to reports, Semexant, like most business owners, charged people who purchased items and vehicles at his shop tax as mandated by law. However, detectives say that not all the tax money he collected was sent to the state. Instead, Semexant allegedly kept the funds for his personal use. Investigators also allege that Semexant failed to file tax return documents at his businesses. According to investigators, Semexant continued to withhold taxes and neglect filing returns for a period of six years (2006 and 2012).

In other news, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office released a warrant for the arrest of Dorrell Maxwell Webb of Riverview, Florida, who allegedly harassed a woman, destroyed her property, and injured her dog, reports indicate. The warrant lists charges of domestic violence, stalking, and animal cruelty, sources say. So far, Webb has remained on the lam and it is not clear whether detectives have any leads on his location.

Reports say the alleged incident occurred on November 5th in an unspecified location, perhaps at Webb or the woman’s residence. Webb reportedly became physically violent towards an unidentified woman with whom he had some sort of relationship. According to reports, the two began to argue about their issues when Webb lost his temper. Reports say the victim attempted to leave the area, but Webb stopped her by allegedly snapping her car key off inside the ignition and opening the vehicle’s hood, blocking visibility from the driver’s seat. The victim also alleges that Webb took her cell phone and shattered it on the ground, sources say.

Webb then allegedly threatened the woman’s pet dog, purportedly saying he would snap its neck. He then reportedly grabbed the dog and hurled it to the ground, causing fractures on two portions of it legs. The dog’s breed is not specified in news reports. It is not clear whether the animal required medical treatment for its injuries.

Detectives say the man returned to the woman’s residence a number of times following the alleged incident and entered her home without being invited to do so. An investigation into the alleged battery is ongoing.
Biel Semexant, Former Sunrise, Florida Business Owner, Arrested for Tax Fraud
Biel Semexant, a former Sunrise, Florida business owner, was arrested Tuesday after he was accused of defrauding the government out of an excess of $130,000 in taxes, news sources indicate. The alleged fraud occurred in connection to Semexant’s two South Florida businesses. Semexant, 41, was booked into the Broward County Jail on charges of theft from state fund, filing a fraudulent return, and failing to file sex consecutive returns. It is unclear whether he has qualified for bail. It is also not yet known whether he has hired an attorney.

Reports say Semexant is the former owner of two South Florida car dealerships: Smart Carz, LLC, located off Southwest 27th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale, and Auction Access USA, located off North Dixie Highway in Wilton Manors. Both businesses reportedly specialized in the buying and selling of used cars. Records show that both businesses are no longer open, but it is unclear whether this recent arrest played a role in their closure.

According to reports, Semexant, like most business owners, charged people who purchased items and vehicles at his shop tax as mandated by law. However, detectives say that not all the tax money he collected was sent to the state. Instead, Semexant allegedly kept the funds for his personal use. Investigators also allege that Semexant failed to file tax return documents at his businesses. According to investigators, Semexant continued to withhold taxes and neglect filing returns for a period of six years (2006 and 2012).

In other news, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office released a warrant for the arrest of Dorrell Maxwell Webb of Riverview, Florida, who allegedly harassed a woman, destroyed her property, and injured her dog, reports indicate. The warrant lists charges of domestic violence, stalking, and animal cruelty, sources say. So far, Webb has remained on the lam and it is not clear whether detectives have any leads on his location.

Reports say the alleged incident occurred on November 5th in an unspecified location, perhaps at Webb or the woman’s residence. Webb reportedly became physically violent towards an unidentified woman with whom he had some sort of relationship. According to reports, the two began to argue about their issues when Webb lost his temper. Reports say the victim attempted to leave the area, but Webb stopped her by allegedly snapping her car key off inside the ignition and opening the vehicle’s hood, blocking visibility from the driver’s seat. The victim also alleges that Webb took her cell phone and shattered it on the ground, sources say.

Webb then allegedly threatened the woman’s pet dog, purportedly saying he would snap its neck. He then reportedly grabbed the dog and hurled it to the ground, causing fractures on two portions of it legs. The dog’s breed is not specified in news reports. It is not clear whether the animal required medical treatment for its injuries.

Detectives say the man returned to the woman’s residence a number of times following the alleged incident and entered her home without being invited to do so. An investigation into the alleged battery is ongoing.

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