Jersey Shore pizza parlor owners plead guilty to tax evasion, related offences


The owners of popular pizza parlors at the Jersey Shore could be spinning dough in jail before the end of the year.

Manco & Manco Pizza owner Charles Bangle of Somers Point, New Jersey, has pleaded guilty in U.S. court in Camden to evading taxes on his 2010 returns and structuring financial transactions in 2011 to avoid reporting requirements.

His wife, Mary, pleaded guilty to lying to the IRS.

Manco & Manco has three stores on the Ocean City Boardwalk and one in Somers Point.

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The Bangles were employees of the company until they bought the well-known stores  in 2011.

Charles Bangle admitted that he avoided paying more than $90,000 in taxes.

The Bangles  each face up to five years in prison when they are sentenced in October.

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