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Crystal Ristorante closure has creditors in pursuit

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Crystal Ristorante had some surprise guests attend its second-to-last day of business Sunday. They were deputies of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, none of whom were invited to witness the end of the 67-year-old, family-owned business. Owner Tony Centi closed the restaurant Monday and the property is awaiting sale through foreclosure auction. During their visit, deputies seized cash from Centi’s registers, part of a civil judgment against him by the Montgomery County Industrial Development Agency. ...

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September 24, 2012
8:07 a.m.

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So the IDA let him use the equipment as collateral without knowing he had already used it for another loan?? How is that? Also, to say it's improper is generous - the man is, unfortunately, a thief. IDA should be ashamed and he should be charged.