Suspects in Illegal Toxic Dumping Scheme in Connecticut Plead Not Guilty

Source:, October 3, 2019
The former superintendent of public works in a Connecticut town and the head of a local construction company have pleaded not guilty in connection with an alleged scheme to dump contaminated waste on town property.
The Connecticut Post reports that former Fairfield public works chief Scott Bartlett, and Jason Julian, co-owner of Julian Enterprises, appeared in court separately Tuesday to face charges including larceny, forgery and illegal dumping. Read more.

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