Tucson, Arizona 2021-09-17 10:07:25 –
Phoenix (AP) —Federal officials say more imprisonment was given to a Scottsdale man who was not sentenced in a tax evasion case.
In August 2020, Thomas Rampetsreiter was sentenced to two years in federal prison and ordered by the Internal Revenue Service to pay a refund of more than $ 2.2 million. An IRS investigator says he was accused of colluding to file a fraudulent tax return.
He was ordered to surrender himself to begin the decision on October 13, 2020, but did not appear. According to officials, Lampets Reiter was later arrested in Florida and lived in a hotel under a pseudonym. He was sentenced to another nine months in federal prison in a Phoenix court on Monday.
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