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Louis Park and Raku in Edina's 50th and France shopping district.
The state Department of Revenue's two-year investigation resulted in Qian being charged with 16 counts of tax fraud and Wang with 14 counts. As a business, the restaurant was charged with 14 counts of failure to pay or collect sales taxes.
Qian faces two additional counts of using an automated sales suppression device to commit tax fraud.
The defendants' first court appearances are scheduled for May They were charged by summons. A message was left for Qian, and her attorney was not immediately available to comment. Wang and his attorney declined to comment. Both restaurants continue to operate.
Investigators began looking into Qian, Wang and their restaurants in March after an audit by the Revenue Department uncovered s of potential criminal sales suppression activity. The investigators examined daily sales reports for the St. Louis Park restaurant that had been provided to auditors for January through May Most of the withdrawals were by Qian and Wang. On July 17,law enforcement searched the homes of Wang and Qian and the two restaurants.
Investigators seized daily sales reports for both restaurants as well as a notebook that had "Happy World" written on one followed by instructions to delete selected orders and rearrange order s. Investigators compared the records found in Qian's home and restaurants to records provided to the department during an audit. They found discrepancies between the two sets of financial records. Interviews with restaurant employees revealed that the point of sale machines were primarily handled by Qian and Wang, and Qian was responsible for the monthly reports.
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