Snohomish County Superior Court Judge George Bowden imposed a $500 penalty in addition to nearly $150,000 in restitution the company has already paid to cover the thefts and other unpaid taxes, penalties and interest, according to the state Department of Revenue.
According to charging papers, the company claimed it had conducted no business from 2004 through 2010, but an audit found it had done nearly $291,000 in work on which it had collected but not remitted sales tax, the state agency said in a news release.
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