Richard Anderson, a former IRS investigator in Vermont, pleaded guilty on Monday, July 30, to hiding records for a private business he owned. The 46-year-old failed to turn over time cards and other records from his Sears Hometown Store in St. Albans.

Last year, the State Department of Labor became suspicious and started looking into Anderson’s compliance with wage and hour regulations, but he hid many of the subpoenaed records. At the time, Anderson was working for the IRS as an investigator with a fuel tax program.

A federal grand jury charged Anderson with four charges concerning the obstruction of a wage and hour investigation.

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