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Cincy Man Gets Probation on Tax Charge After Fatal Shootout at His Club Led to Gambling IssuesWritten by: Steve Bittenbender

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The former owner of a Cincinnati nightclub who turned to gambling after a deadly shootout led to his bar’s closure will serve three years of probation after pleading guilty to filing a false tax return. US District Judge Matthew W. McFarland sentenced Julian Rodgers on Friday to probation, which also includes a six-month home incarceration
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