A man was sentenced to 22 months in prison Friday for partaking in a money-laundering scheme that relied on slot machines in Sacramento and other Northern California cities, officials said. Another man involved in the scheme plead guilty Monday.
Atir Dadon, 34, of Sherman Oaks conspired to launder the cash revenue of an illegal gambling business run by two men in the Bay Area, Orel Gohar, 28, and Yaniv Gohar, 35, according to a news release from the Department of Justice.
Adam Atari, 35, of Sherman Oaks also laundered money with the Gohars and admitted to the crime Monday, the news release said.
Between October 2016 and November 2017, Dadon and Bar Shani, 27, used cash from the illegal gambling business to pay workers in their cosmetics business, according to court records. In return, Dadon and Shani arranged for Orel Gohar to receive checks from the cosmetics business.
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