Former Crazy Horse Too Manager Sentenced on Tax Conviction

LAS VEGAS -- A man who pleaded guilty to tax evasion was sentenced in Las Vegas to federal prison.

Vincent Faraci pleaded guilty in July 2013 to filing a false tax return in 2006 when he lied about earning $134,000. He was sentenced Monday to 15 months in prison. He must also pay the IRS $49,869 in owed taxes.

Faraci has been linked with the Bonanno crime organization. The U.S. Attorney's Office believed Faraci to be one of the last known mobsters to work in Las Vegas.

Faraci has been in trouble with the law before. In 2006, he made a plea deal over his management of the former Crazy Horse Too strip club and served five months in jail on racketeering charges.


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