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Man Convicted of Scuttling Boat

February 14, 2006

The U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California stated that a man was convicted six federal charges related to the scuttling of his boat in the port of Los Angeles in 2005. The convictions were for two counts of water pollution, one count of attempting to obstruct the Coast Guard investigation, two counts of making false statements to Coast Guard investigators, and one count of sinking a boat in a navigation channel. He faces a maximum sentence of 26 years imprisonment. Source: HK Law


 
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