Alleged Restaurant Embezzlement Reported to Town of Vienna

The Town of Vienna received reports in June about embezzlement involving two local restaurants, according to the Vienna Police Department.

Police said that reports to the town’s Finance Department said that Amphora Restaurant (377 W. Maple Avenue) and now-closed Falafel Street (235 E. Maple Avenue) failed to remit their meals tax for several months.

For Amphora, police said that “a check was later received from the restaurant to cover the tax.”

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