Saturday, December 1, 2012
Missed headlines this week? Catch up!
Did you miss any Plum-Oakmont Patch headlines this week? Here's a chance to catch up! These are some of the top stories for the week of Nov. 26 to Dec. 1. 'Jack Reacher,' Filmed in Oakmont, to Premiere in South Side What Would You Like to See in the New Edgewater Commercial Development? Oakmont Man Sentenced to One Year in Prison for Failure to Pay Taxes Oakmont Police Reports: Drug Charges, Assault, Criminal Mischief Plum Police Reports: Theft, Fraud & Fight _______________________ Plum-Oakmont Patch is on Facebook and on Twitter. Don't forget to sign up for our daily email newsletter by clicking here.
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Louis Lamanna has been convicted on several tax charges.
An Oakmont resident will go to jail for failure to pay almost $1 million in taxes. Louis Lamanna has been sentenced in federal court to 12 months and three days imprisonment followed by three years of supervised release on his conviction of three counts of willful failure to pay taxes, according to U.S. Attorney David J. Hickton. United States District Judge Arthur J. Schwab imposed the sentence on Louis Lamanna. According to information presented to the court, Lamanna willfully failed to pay federal income taxes for tax years 2006, 2007 and 2008, resulting in a total tax loss of $925,145.34. Instead of paying his tax debt, Lamanna spent substantial sums of money on luxury items to support an extravagant lifestyle. According to a press …
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Louis Lamanna, 46, of Oakmont has pleaded guilty to three counts of willful failure to pay income taxes on Monday.
A builder from Oakmont has pleaded guilty to tax evasion charges after being accused of borrowing money to pay taxes and using it on "luxury cars," according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. On Monday, Louis Lamanna, 46, pleaded guilty to three counts of willful failure to pay income taxes. According to the Post-Gazette, Lamanna owed the Internal Revenue Service more than $600,000 in back taxes. He told agents he took out a loan to pay the debt, and then spent the money on "luxury" items. Lamanna could face more than two years in prison, have to pay the money he owes, as well as a $300,000 fine. In December, Lamanna was indicted by a grand jury on in Pittsburgh on charges of evasion of tax payment bankruptcy fraud, and money laundering. He …
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Louis Lamanna has been charged with evasion of tax payment, bankruptcy fraud and money laundering.
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Wednesday, December 21, 2011
An Oakmont resident has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh on charges of evasion of tax payment bankruptcy fraud, and money laundering. According to the indictment presented to the court, Louis Lamanna evaded the payment of his tax liabilities by spending more than $1 million while his tax liability was due and owing; by failing to report income to the Internal Revenue Service on the timely basis; and by transferring assets into a nominee bank account. The law provides for a maximum total sentence of thirty years in prison, a fine of $1 million or both. Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, the actual sentence imposed would be based upon the seriousness of the offense and the prior criminal history, if any, of Lamanna. …