Russell Sublett's ex-boss pleads guilty to tax evasion

By Gene Birk | 

We first saw David Stewart on the phone outside his home where Russell Sublett crashed a car, and exchanged gunfire with police during a three-day standoff.

Authorities were attempting to serve Sublett with a search warrant for a sawed-off shotgun, when a high-speed chase began in Glasgow, Ky., and ended in Stewart's home.

Now Stewart has his own legal troubles, pleading guilty to four counts of tax evasion from 1999 through 2002. According to the justice department, Stewart failed to report more than $640,000 in income, with a tax obligation of $169,000. His sentencing is set for August 16, 2007.