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April 20, 1990
A Glendale businessman was convicted Thursday of bilking the state out of $3.3 million in payroll tax revenues by setting up 10 phony businesses since 1975. James P. Lund, 68, owner of State Tax Control Co., was found guilty by a Los Angeles Superior Court jury of 18 counts of filing false tax returns, 14 counts of forgery and eight counts of preparing false documents, all felonies. He is scheduled to be sentenced April 27 to up to 10 years in state prison, said Deputy Dist. Atty.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 20, 1990
A Glendale businessman was convicted Thursday of bilking the state out of $3.3 million in payroll tax revenues by setting up 10 phony businesses since 1975. James P. Lund, 68, owner of State Tax Control Co., was found guilty by a Los Angeles Superior Court jury of 18 counts of filing false tax returns, 14 counts of forgery and eight counts of preparing false documents, all felonies. He is scheduled to be sentenced April 27 to up to 10 years in state prison, said Deputy Dist. Atty.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 6, 1989 | GINGER THOMPSON, Times Staff Writer
A Glendale businessman was arraigned Wednesday on charges that he engineered a sophisticated scheme to swindle more than $3 million in state unemployment and workers' compensation taxes. Since 1975, James P. Lund, 67, had set up 10 fictitious companies and listed four dead relatives as employees in order to establish good safety and employment records, Dist. Atty. Ira Reiner told a press conference Wednesday.
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April 6, 1989 | GINGER THOMPSON, Times Staff Writer
A Glendale businessman was arraigned Wednesday on charges that he engineered a sophisticated scheme to swindle more than $3 million in state unemployment and workers' compensation taxes. Since 1975, James P. Lund, 67, had set up 10 fictitious companies and listed four dead relatives as employees in order to establish good safety and employment records, Dist. Atty. Ira Reiner told a press conference Wednesday.
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June 30, 1990 | BETSY BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Glendale tax consultant who devised what is believed to be the largest unemployment tax fraud scheme in state history was sentenced Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court to five years in prison and ordered to pay $60,000 in fines. James P. Lund, 68, who lives in Westlake Village, was convicted in April on 40 felony counts of forgery and preparing and filing false tax documents in connection with his scheme. He and his clients accumulated an estimated $3.
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August 16, 2001 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Paul Caruso, Los Angeles defense and divorce lawyer for about 45 years whose clients included actor and war hero Audie Murphy, boxer Art Aragon, used car dealer Ralph Williams and Charles Manson follower Susan Atkins, has died. He was 81. Caruso died Tuesday in a Los Angeles residential care facility, said his son, attorney P. Carey Caruso. "Call Paul" became a popular anthem among celebrities in trouble--whether actors, athletes or accountants--in the Los Angeles of the 1950s through the 1980s.
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