A San Antonio man took a guilty plea to charges of fraudulent tax returns preparation and is now facing possible prison time and restitution, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday.

Richard Medina Sr., admitted to the preparation of false U.S. income tax returns which contained fraudulent deductions and making a false statement in U.S. bankruptcy proceedings, according to a statement by the offices of U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Texas John F. Bash and IRS-Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge Richard D. Goss, Houston Field Office.

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