Grand Blanc attorney pleads to payroll tax charge

The Flint Journal and The Associated Press are reporting that Grand Blanc attorney Steven P. Iamarino has pleaded guilty to not sending the IRS more than $19,000 in payroll taxes for 2006 and 2007.

U.S. Attorney Terrence Berg in Detroit says Iamarino faces up to a year’s imprisonment and a $100,000 fine at a sentencing hearing scheduled for April 28.

From The Flint Journal

Iamarino was embroiled in a political and legal controversy throughout much of 2009 in Clayton Township, where he formerly served as the township attorney. He, former police chief Chuck Melki and former building inspector Ted Henry all lost their positions in March after members of the newly elected township board took office. Three Clayton Township trustees involved in the firings lost their seats in a November recall election.


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