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Jan. 7, 2009

FORMER LOCAL ADULT BUSINESSES OWNER SENTENCED FOR CONSPIRACY TO IMPEDE THE IRS

(HOUSTON) – Andrew Jinks Inglet, 55, who once owned and operated a chain of adult-oriented businesses in the Houston-area, has been sentenced to 20 months for conspiracy to impede the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in its efforts to collect $328,190 in unpaid income and employment taxes between 1999 and 2003, acting United States Attorney Tim Johnson announced today.

United States District Judge Lee H. Rosenthal accepted Inglet’s payment of full restitution and ordered him to serve three years under court supervision upon release from prison. Inglet has been held in federal custody as a flight risk since September 2007 when he returned to the United States after living in El Salvador for several years.

The investigation leading to the charges against Inglet was conducted by the Houston Office of the IRS - Criminal Investigations Division. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Jimmy Sledge Jr. 

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