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Tony Luke's founder, son Nicholas, plead guilty in federal tax fraud case

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Two owners of Tony Luke's, a famous Philadelphia cheesesteak restaurant, have pleaded guilty in a tax fraud scheme. Tony Lucidonio Sr., or Tony Luke Sr., and NicholasLucidonio entered their guilty pleas on Monday. They admitted to participating in a plot to evade payroll taxes between 2006 and 2016.
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Tony Luke's Founder, Son Plead Guilty In Tax Fraud Case

PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — The founder of a popular Philadelphia cheesesteak restaurant and one of his sons have pleaded guilty in a federal tax fraud case alleging the hiding of nearly $8 million in sales over the course of a decade. Eighty-three-year-old Anthony Lucidonio Sr. and 55-year-old Nicholas Lucidonio, two owners of the well-known cheesesteak and sandwich shop Tony Luke’s, pleaded guilty Monday to conspiring to defraud the U.S. governmen…

3 months ago·United States
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Inquirer

The founder of Tony Luke’s and his son have pleaded guilty to a tax evasion scheme

Anthony Lucidonio Sr., 82, known as “Tony Luke Sr.” or “Papa Luke,” and Nicholas Lucidonio, 54, kept two sets of books to hide cash they raked in for their signature sandwiches.

3 months ago·Philadelphia, United States
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Philly Voice

Tony Luke's cheesesteak shop owners plead guilty in tax fraud scheme

Anthony Lucidonio Sr. and son, Nicholas, failed to pay as much as $1.5 million, federal prosecutors say

3 months ago·Philadelphia, United States
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WTXF

Tony Luke's founder, son Nicholas, plead guilty in federal tax fraud case

The founder of Tony Luke's, one of Philadelphia's most prominent cheesesteak shops, has pleaded guilty to federal charges in a tax fraud scheme along with one of his sons, federal officials announced Monday.

3 months ago
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The Morning Call

Tony Luke’s founder, son plead to hiding $8 million in cheesesteak sales from federal government

The founder of a Philadelphia cheesesteak restaurant and one of his sons pleaded guilty in a federal tax fraud case.

3 months ago·Allentown, United States
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Courier-Post

Owners of iconic cheesesteak shop Tony Luke's plead guilty to tax-avoidance scheme

Feds say Tony Luke's owner Anthony Lucidonio Sr. and his son Nicholas conspired to avoid payroll taxes at their cheesesteak restaurant

3 months ago
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