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20 tax felonies charged to Minnesota man

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Revenue Department has charged a Plymouth man with 20 tax felonies. Robert Doran, 50, faces five counts of failing to file income tax returns, five counts of failing to file withholding tax returns and 10 counts of faili...

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Revenue Department has charged a Plymouth man with 20 tax felonies.

Robert Doran, 50, faces five counts of failing to file income tax returns, five counts of failing to file withholding tax returns and 10 counts of failing to pay taxes.

Court documents show Doran was the owner of Protero, Inc., a lawn equipment business, when he failed to file income tax returns and withholding tax returns for tax years 2007 through 2011. The documents claim his annual income reached $398,000.

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