FAYETTEVILLE Ark. The owners of a Mexican restaurant chain and other businesses in northwest Arkansas have pleaded guilty to federal charges of knowingly hiring illegal immigrants. The parent corporation agreed to pay $400,000 for harboring illegal workers and could face additional fines. Two management employees who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges face six months in prison and fines of up to $3,000.Arturo Reyes Sr., who represented the company that owns several Acambaro ...

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