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May 3, 2021 ... The owners of Dasher's Corner Pub, A Pizza and More and four other restaurants ... in Cortland, Homer and Tully; Hairy Tony's, a Cortland pub owned by Caruso ... Seibel and his company, James & Main, LLC, pleaded guilty in ... settings, your detected location is outside of the region that is able to do so. Decide, discuss, discover. Important stories on the topics you care about. Start today for $1. Owners of 6 popular Central NY bars, restaurants admit hiding over $4 million in sales Updated May 05, 2021; Posted May 03, 2021 This photo from Syracuse.com | The Post-Standard's archives shows owners George Seibel, left, and Tony Caruso, right, posing for a portrait in February 2001 inside A Pizza and More in Tully. Seibel and Caruso pleaded guilty last week to criminal tax fraud.Syracuse.com | The Post-Standard archivess By Samantha House | email@example.com Cortland, N.Y. — The owners of six popular Central New York restaurants have admitted hiding millions of dollars worth of sales tax from the state. George Seibel, 60, of Homer, and Anthony Caruso, 60, of Cortland, pleaded guilty last week to tax fraud, state Office of the Attorney General and Department of Taxation and Finance announced Monday. The pair — who own bars and restaurants in Cortland and Onondaga counties — admitted failing to turn over more than $4 million worth of sales tax over the course of five years. Seibel and Caruso have fully repaid the money they’d withheld, department officials said. The tax evasion happened at six different businesses, officials said: A Pizza and More, a pizzeria chain owned jointly by Seibel and Caruso with locations in Cortland, Homer and Tully Hairy Tony’s, a Cortland pub owned by Caruso Dark Horse Tavern, a Cortland bar owned by Seibel Dasher’s Corner Pub, a Homer restaurant and bar owned by Seibel
May 3, 2021 ... Seibel and Caruso registered APAM, LLC with New York state and ... named A Pizza and More, located in Cortland, Homer, and Tully, New York. ... LLC with New York state and opened Hairy Tony's, a pub located in Cortland, New York. ... This is the vision of retired Syracuse Police Officer Julie Jones. Two CNY restaurant owners plead guilty to tax evasion Posted: May 3, 2021 / 10:00 AM EDT / Updated: May 4, 2021 / 09:41 AM EDT CENTRAL NEW YORK (WSYR-TV) — New York State Attorney General Letitia James and New York State Department of Taxation and Finance Acting Commissioner Amanda Hiller announced that the owners of two popular upstate restaurants and bars have pleaded guilty to tax evasion. George Seibel, 60, of Homer, and Anthony Caruso, 60, of Cortland, as well as the parent companies of their respective businesses, Dark Horse Tavern, A Pizza and More, Hairy Tony’s, and Dasher’s Corner Pub, pleaded guilty to Criminal Tax Fraud for underreporting more than $4 million in taxable sales. As part of their pleas, the defendants repaid the state the full $479,203.03 they owed to New York. “We will not allow anyone to get away with stealing from the state’s coffers,” said Attorney General James. “These guilty pleas ensure that these establishments finally pony up the cash they illegally pocketed and rein in their dishonest behavior. I want to thank Acting Commissioner Hiller for her leadership and her department’s critical work in protecting New York taxpayers.” COVID in NY: State of Emergency to end after over 15 months, Cuomo says “Business owners who blatantly disregard their obligation to pay over the sales taxes they collected from their customers deprive the communities where they operate of revenue needed for vital services and put similar businesses at an unfair disadvantage,” said Acting Commissioner Hiller. “I thank the Attorney General for her partnership on this case, and we’ll continue to work with all our law enforcement partners to bring these criminals to justice.”
May 5, 2021 ... A Pizza & More, Hairy Tony's Pub, and Dark Horse Tavern are shown in this ... Seibel and Caruso registered APAM, LLC with New York state and ... three pizzerias named A Pizza and More, in Cortland, Homer and Tully. Restaurant owners plead guilty to new charges Emily Au/contributing photographer A Pizza & More, Hairy Tony's Pub, and Dark Horse Tavern are shown in this Cortland Standard file photo. Two owners of six restaurants in the greater Cortland area have pleaded guilty to new charges concerning their failure to pay sales taxes on $4 million in sales over five years, wrapping up a case that was first announced in December 2019. George Seibel of Homer and Anthony Caruso of Cortland and the parent companies of their businesses — Dark Horse Tavern, A Pizza and More, Hairy Tony’s and Dasher’s Corner Pub pleaded guilty Friday, the state Attorney General’s Office and state Department of Taxation and Finance announced. The defendants repaid the $479,203.03 they owed to New York, the state reports. “We will not allow anyone to get away with stealing from the state’s coffers,” Attorney General James said in a news release. “These guilty pleas ensure that these establishments finally pony up the cash they illegally pocketed and rein in their dishonest behavior.” A joint investigation by the two state agencies found that between 2010 and 2015, Seibel and Caruso underreported more than $4 million in taxable sales, and failed to remit more than $475,000 in sales tax collected from their six restaurants and bars in Cortland and Onondaga counties. Seibel and Caruso registered APAM, LLC with New York state and subsequently opened three pizzerias named A Pizza and More, in Cortland, Homer and Tully.
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