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Restauranteur Thom Pham faces charges for allegedly writing bad checks

Twin Cities restauranteur Thom Pham faces felony charges for allegedly writing bad checks. The news comes in the same week his downtown restaurant upbruptly closed. According to a Mille Lacs County complaint, Pham wrote $30,000 worth of bad checks to A-Z Restaurant Equipment in Princeton, Minn. Pham's Wondrous Azian Kitchen closed its doors earlier this week.
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Twin Cities restauranteur Thom Pham faces felony charges for allegedly writing bad checks, FOX9 reports. The news comes in the same week his downtown restaurant upbruptly closed.

According to a Mille Lacs County complaint, Pham wrote $30,000 worth of bad checks to A-Z Restaurant Equipment in Princeton, Minn.

Pham's Wondrous Azian Kitchen closed its doors earlier this week. FOX9 has the story:

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