TWO SENTENCED TO PRISON FOR TAX EVASION

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Two California supermarket executives have been sentenced to prison terms and fines after pleading guilty in August to felony charges of income-tax evasion and conspiracy to defraud the United States. o the U.S. Attorney's office here, the Webbs diverted more than $750,000 of vendor incentives to SavMax Foods for their personal benefit, including $525,000 that was not reported

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Two California supermarket executives have been sentenced to prison terms and fines after pleading guilty in August to felony charges of income-tax evasion and conspiracy to defraud the United States.

o the U.S. Attorney's office here, the Webbs diverted more than $750,000 of vendor incentives to SavMax Foods for their personal benefit, including $525,000 that was not reported to the Internal Revenue Service, between 1990 and 1993.

The U.S. Attorney told

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