Alleghany County Business Owner Sentenced on State Tax Charges
An Alleghany County business was sentenced recently on charges filed by the North Carolina Department of Revenue.
Linda T. Neybert pleaded no contest on Nov. 15, 2005 to 17 counts of failure to file and pay state sales and withholding taxes. Neybert was the owner of Roxie’s Ranchhouse.
Judge Ed Gregory issued Neybert two consecutive 45-day sentences. The sentences were suspended and Neybert was placed on probation for 120 months. She was ordered to pay a $500 fine and court costs and file all delinquent sales tax reports.
The charges against Neybert are the result of efforts by the Department’s Winston-Salem Collections Office.
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