WASHINGTON -- A sentencing hearing is set for April 30 for a former produce buyer for Royal Farms, a New York-based retailer, who pleaded guilty last week to fraud and tax charges involving $250,000 in cash kickbacks from produce vendors from 1987 to mid-2000, the Department of Justice here said last week. imum penalty of five years in jail, three years of supervised release and a $250,000 fine for one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud for receiving the kickbacks; plus a maximum ...

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