IRS Attorney Breaks Bad By Allegedly Selling Meth

Posted on February 14, 2017

Jack Vitayanon, an attorney with the Internal Revenue Service Office of Professional Responsibility in Washington D.C., was arrested on February 1, 2017, under allegations that he conspired to distribute methamphetamine.

Vitayanon allegedly shipped methamphetamine from Washington D.C. to Long Island via Federal Express and allegedly conspired with others to distribute methamphetamine.  In a recorded video chat, Vitayanon was observed smoking what appeared to be methamphetamine from a pipe.  When a search warrant was executed on his Washington D.C. apartment, suspected methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and packaging materials were found.

We find it ironic that an attorney working for the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility was caught allegedly breaking bad and selling drugs.  What do you think?

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