Thomas Katsiantonis

N.H. Lawmaker Resigns Amidst Theft, Tax Evasion Charges

Jan 3, 2018
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A Democratic state lawmaker who's facing multiple charges of theft and tax evasion has stepped down from office.

Thomas Katsiantonis of Manchester sent in his resignation letter on Wednesday. The former state rep and alderman faces counts of theft and tax evasion related to two restaurants he owns in Manchester – Grand Slam II and Tommy K’s.

Katsiantonis is charged with stealing $423,000 in rooms-and-meals tax revenues and failing to pay state business taxes. His trial is expected to start this Spring.

N.H. Lawmaker Indicted For Theft, Tax Evasion

Jun 23, 2017

State legislator and Manchester alderman Thomas Katsiantonis was indicted Thursday by a grand jury on charges of theft, tax evasion, and falsifying evidence.

Katsiantonis is a 44-year-old six-term Democrat in the New Hampshire House.

The state attorney general says Katsiantois stole $423,000 in meal and rental tax payments through two restaurants he owns in Manchester.

He was also formally charged with evading business profits taxes over four years. A CPA from Claremont also was indicted for conspiring to commit tax evasion.