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Former Vann's executive now charged with tax evasion 

(MISSOULA)- He's already facing hundreds of charges. Now the former CEO of a Missoula-based electronics retailer is also being accused of tax evasion. 

George Manlove, and former Vann's CFO Paul Nisbet are charged with bilking the company and banks of hundreds of thousands of dollars right before the company was forced into bankruptcy. Those charges filed in December include fraud, and money laundering.  

Now, Manlove is facing additional charges filed in a second Grand Jury indictment also accusing him of filing phoney income tax statements from 2010 through 2012. 

Both Manlove and Nisbet are claiming their innocence to the amended charges. Their trial is scheduled for this coming October in U.S. District Court in Missoula before Judge Dana Christensen. 

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