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Kisun Hamilton, 54 who once owned a restaurant in Diamond Center mall in Anchorage, Alaska has been sentenced to 5 years probation and 14 months of home confinement after being convicted of hiding $1.5 million in income from the IRS.

Hamilton was also fined $25,000 and ordered to pay $160,000 in restitution in addition to performing 100 hours of community service in the Korean and restaurant communities, educating about tax evasion, according to the Anchorage US Attorney’s office.

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