Lenexa man who pleaded guilty to impersonating IRS employee to harass exes is sentenced

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. – A Lenexa man was sentenced Tuesday to five months he already served in jail for harassing former girlfriends and business partners by sending them letters on Internal Revenue Service letterhead saying they were under investigation for tax evasion.

Jeffrey Nickerson, 56, pleaded guilty to one count of impersonating a federal employee, in connection to the case.

In his plea, Nickerson admitted he was an acquaintance of a woman who worked at the IRS Service Center in Kansas City, Mo. She brought IRS letterhead and IRS publications home. He used the information to send letters to former girlfriends and former business partners. The letters said the victims were under investigation as a result of reports being filed to the Internal Revenue Service Fraud Investigations Hotline.

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