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Dentist Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion, Possession of Destructive Device

A Pittsburgh Dentist, Daniel F. Whirlow, who was a native of Greensbury PA was sentenced to fifteen months of prison and three year supervised release period for Income Tax Evasion and Possession of a Destructive Device on September 27, 2006.

Whirlow evaded $72,371 in taxes by failing to file income tax returns from 1998 to 2002.  He was also found in possession of an expolosive device in the course of a search at Whirlow’s dental office.

The judge in the case, The Honorable Judge Diamond stated that income tax evasion by self-employed persons is a seriour crime and that it cannot go unpunished.