Wash. Restaurateur Guilty of Tax Evasion

A Washington restaurateur pleaded guilty to tax evasion.

William Robertson, 68, formerly of Everett, Wash., owned various restaurants operating under the Hot Rod Café name. According to the indictment, in 2004 and 2005, Robertson withheld about $36,503, from employees’ pay for Social Security, Medicare and income taxes. Robertson failed to pay this money to the government for his employees’ taxes. In addition,  Robertson withheld approximately $2,951 from employee checks from another restaurant, but also failed to make the payment for the Social Security, Medicare and income taxes.

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