NEW: Luray-Based Firm Admits Tax Fraud
IBR Corp. Was Raided Six Years Ago
Nearly six years after federal agents raided properties of Luray-based IBR Corp., authorities filed a criminal charge Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Abingdon.
The case began May 29, 2008, when FBI and Internal Revenue Service agents confiscated financial documents and “company-related money” from four Page County properties owned by brothers William and Isaac George, including a home and two IBR Corp. buildings, all in Luray, and the Valley Exxon in Stanley.
The company signed a plea agreement admitting to tax fraud during the 2007 calendar year. It agreed to pay a $5,000 fine.
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