Lincoln County Businessman Sentenced on State Tax Charges
A local business owner pleaded guilty in Mecklenburg County District Court Friday to charges filed by the North Carolina Department of Revenue.
Jeffery C. Manhollan of 1468 Spring Pond Road, Iron Station, pleaded guilty June 25, 2004 to three counts of failure to file and failure to pay state withholding and income taxes. Manhollan is the owner of J&S Masonry of Iron Station.
Judge Phillip Howerton issued Manhollan two 45-day suspended sentences and two 25-day suspended sentences. He was placed on unsupervised probation for six years and was ordered to pay $27,963.39 in back taxes.
The charges against Manhollan are the result of efforts by the Department of Revenue Charlotte Collection Office.
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