Security guard company Superior Protection Inc. and four of its executives were indicted for failing to pay employment taxes and other charges.

A grand jury indicted the company for conspiracy to defraud the United States of employment taxes, bribery, failure to pay prevailing wages, tax evasion, filing false tax returns and causing a firearm to be present in a federal court facility. Also indicted were company president John Heard; two executives identified as controller and/or CFO, Gary Lambert and John Bailey; and operations manager William Lane.

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