Houma man arrested for felony tax evasion


Vincent J. Malbrough

Vincent J. Malbrough

BATON ROUGE – A Houma man faces multiple felony charges for failing to report and pay state income taxes on hundreds of thousands of dollars in income.

Vincent J. Malbrough, Jr. (Booking Photo), of 204 Malibou Boulevard in Houma, is accused of failing to file Louisiana resident income tax returns for the tax years 2009 through 2013. During those years, he failed to report $251,450 in income. He owes the State of Louisiana an estimated $23,789 in taxes.

Malbrough was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on Wednesday, January 27 on charges of Criminal Penalty for Evasion of Tax and Penalty for Failure to File.

Malbrough is the 59th person arrested under a joint anti-tax fraud initiative of the Louisiana Department of Revenue and Attorney General Jeff Landry’s office.

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