Adam Lucas, a North Huntingdon, Penn., restaurateur, has been sentenced to six months in prison following his conviction of tax evasion and filing a false return. Lucas owned the Pizza and Gyro Express restaurant and failed to report approximately 50 percent of the gross receipts from his business, as well as underreported payroll and employment taxes. Lucas’ underreporting resulted in a $321,376.77 tax loss.
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