A Westerville man who owns a skill gaming machine business has been sentenced on charges of income tax evasion and structuring currency deposits.
Jon Scott Diamond, 59, was sentenced to 12 months and a day behind bars and three years of supervised release.
Diamond must also pay $177,183 in restitution in addition to almost $60,000 he has already repaid.
Diamond pleaded guilty in March.
According to court documents, Diamond owned Gem Skill Games which distributed "Tic Tac Fruit" games to bars around Columbus. The money the machines raised was split with bar owners.
Court officials say Diamond structured bank deposits under $10,000 to avoid banks reporting the transactions to the IRS.
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