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Virginia Beach businessman pleads guilty to tax crime

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – A Virginia Beach man could face up to five years in prison for failing to pay nearly $1 million in payroll taxes to the IRS. 218 more words

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Six-time DUI offender to serve 2-4 years in prison after guilty plea

HARRISBURG — A repeat DUI offender will serve 2-4 years in state prison after pleading guilty Thursday to charges stemming from two separate DUI incidents last year, the Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office said in a release. 190 more words

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Former Eastern York School District maintenance worker pleads guilty to child porn charges

YORK — A former maintenance worker at the Eastern York School District is set to serve six to 23 months in York County Prison and two years probation after pleading guilty to charges of disseminating child pornography. 87 more words

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Woman gets 20-year prison sentence for heroin overdose death

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) — A Newport News woman was sentenced to 20 years in prison Thursday for her part in the distribution of heroin to someone who overdosed and died. 100 more words

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Man pleads guilty to reselling $4M of stolen goods

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) β€” A Connecticut man has pleaded guilty to reselling stolen items in a large-scale fencing scheme that prosecutors say cost retailers nearly $4 million. 109 more words

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No Prison Time For Ex-Cop Tied To Wrigleyville Rooftop Scheme

CHICAGO (CBS) — Calling it β€œthe break of your life,” a federal judge handed no prison time Tuesday to a former suburban cop who dodged about $140,000 in taxes in connection with a fraud scheme at a Wrigleyville rooftop business. 340 more words

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Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield pleads guilty to three misdemeanor charges

Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield reached a plea deal with the Fayetteville (Ark.) District Court resulting in $300 of fines for three misdemeanor charges — pleading guilty to public intoxication, disorderly conduct and fleeing, according to the Fayetteville prosecutor’s office. 173 more words

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