ATO deputy caught up in tax fraud bust

May 18, 2017

The ATO Deputy Commissioner could face charges over a tax fraud case allegedly involving his son.

Nine people have been arrested over a $165 million tax fraud investigation.

One of those arrested is Adam Cranston, the son of ATO deputy commissioner Michael Cranston, who had no involvement or knowledge of the syndicate, News Corp reported on Thursday.

Adam Cranston is expected to appear in Sydney's Central Local Court on Thursday morning, while the Australian Federal Police will hold a press conference on the operation.

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