Timothy Doheny Files Lawsuit In Connection To Past Criminal Sports Gambling Involvement
Timothy Doheny, co-owner in the Rose Demolition and Carting company dealing with removing construction debris, submitted an application to the Business Integrity Commission (BIC) to renew the license of the company. However, an unexpected problem occurred as the authorities questioned Doheny on his past criminal record involving charges on illegal sports betting. According to his file, Doherty participated in a gambling ring with students and football players at Boston College twenty years ago. Doherty was allegedly responsible for organizing and promoting gambling, and after pleading guilty to two felony counts of the stated offence, he was given a suspended 18-month sentence. Timothy Doherty has filed a suit with the New York Supreme Court related to his business license renewal request. He says, “It is incredibly upsetting to me that the BIC is going to shut down a family business that has been in operation for 20 years […] because of misunderstandings and confusion.” There appears to be another offence associated with Doherty’s name. In 2013 he was charged with unreported cash payrolls and manipulated tax returns for the period 2007-2011, as a result of which the company paid $443,927 in back taxes and forfeited $200,000.