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The Internal Revenue Service is wanting to force a business man, serving the remainder of a 72-month federal prison sentence, to forfeit 67 silver bars and thousands of dollars in cash found in his home in January. He received his sentence in July 2012 for conspiracy to commit money laundering and conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud.

The IRS wants to force Gary Vaughn, former owner of Gary’s Steals & Deals pawn shop, to forfeit the bars and $12,746 in cash that were confiscated at a time when authorities alleged the pawn shop had made online sales of more than $100,000 worth of items that matched ones reported stolen from area retailers.

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