A former executive who pleaded guilty to intentionally violating the Clean Air Act in Glasgow has filed a motion requesting to be sentenced below court guidelines.
Daniel Evanoff, 61, former North American Alloy Manager for J.L. French, pleaded guilty in April to charges of conspiracy to tamper with a monitoring device and making false statements, and tampering with a monitoring device, while in charge of J.L. French’s Prestwick Drive facility in Glasgow. The tampering and falsifying of documents allowed the aluminum plant to exceed its daily alloted production of 80 ladles of molten aluminum, which produces hazardous emissions. Evanoff was scheduled for sentencing on July 2, but the sentencing has been continued until Sept. 5.
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