Civil complaint against Teppanyaki Grill dismissed

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Picture from scene at Teppanyaki Grill on August 11, 2016

Update (October 7, 2016) – The civil complaint against Teppanyaki was dismissed.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office released court documents today that shed light on the search warrants executed at multiple Teppanyaki Grill & Supreme Buffet restaurants on August 11.

According to the document, the raids were the result of the restaurant owners operating a corrupt business that was involved in racketeering, money laundering, and failure to pay the required amount of taxes to the state of Indiana.

Authorities seized $639,000 in funds associated with criminal activity during the raids.

The investigation included raids at Teppanyaki locations in Indianapolis, Lafayette, Fort Wayne, and Terre Haute.

There are more than 20 defendants listed in the documents.

At this point in time, no criminal charges have been filed in the case.