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Able Asbestos Construction, Inc.

255 Orange Street
Albany, NY 12210

Champagne Demolition, Llc

7 Binghampton Street
Albany, NY 12202

Clough, Harbour & Associates, Llp

III Winners Circle
Albany, NY 12205

Albany Diocesan School Board

40 North Main Avenue
Albany, NY 12203

Able Asbestos Construction Inc

610 Albany Ave
Albany, NY 12207

National Development Company Llc

P.O. Box 13205
Albany, NY 12212

Adirondack Environmental Services, Inc.

314 North Pearl Street
Albany, NY 12207

University At Albany, State University Of New York

1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12222

Lorice Enterprises, Inc.

40 Mereline
Albany, NY 12209

South Colonie Central School District

102 Loralee Drive
Albany, NY 12205

Asbestos Remediation Violations in Albany

FISCAL YEAR:              2007

 

1. PRINCIPAL DEFENDANT: Eric C. Farbent

N.D.  New York  02-CR-51

2. DEFENDANT: Alison Gardner

N.D.  New York  02-CR-51

3. DEFENDANT: Gary Alvord

N.D.  New York  5:02cr51

4. DEFENDANT: Philippe Goyeau

N.D.  New York  02-CR-51

5. DEFENDANT: Robert O'Brey

N.D.  New York  5:02cr51

6. DEFENDANT: Timothy Carroll

N.D.  New York  02-CR-51

 

This case involves allegations that AAR, Inc. engaged in a ten year conspiracy to remove asbestos in violation of the NESHAP work practice standards at hundreds of buildings throughout New York State. The case also involved allegations that Alex Salvagno secretly owned Analytical Laboratories of Albany (ALA) and that he directed ALA to prepare fraudulent air monitoring reports for AAR, Inc.

 

February 24, 2000

Defendants Hall, Farbent, Gardner and Goyeau were each charged in an Information with one count of conspiracy, a violation of 18 U.S.C. 371. Hall pled guilty to the charges.

STATUTE: 18 U.S.C. 371

September 21, 2000

Carroll was charged in an Information with one count of conspiracy. Carroll pled guilty to the count.

March 28, 2001

Murry was charged in a one count information with embezzlement.

STATUTE: 18 U.S.C. 641

June 4, 2001

Murry was sentenced to 12 months probation and ordered to perform 120 hours of community service.

February 13, 2002

Alex Salvagno, Raul Salvagno, Alvord, Lindquist, Shanahan, Dimaio, Reed, O'Brey, Mongato and AAR, Inc. were indicted in a multi-count indictment.

April 26, 2002

Alvord, Mongato and O'Brey pled guilty to the charges.

July 2, 2002

Reed pled guilty to 14 felony counts. Lindquist pled guilty to conspiracy to violate the CAA and TSCA; 2 substantive CAA counts and making false statements to EPA CID Special Agents during the investigation.

July 18, 2002

Dimaio pled guilty to conspiracy to violate the CAA and TSCA and substantive CAA violations.

March 31, 2004

Alex Salvagno was found guilty of one count of RICO; one count of conspiracy to violate the CAA and TSCA; nine counts of CAA violations and three counts of income tax evasion. Raul Salvagno was found guilty of one count RICO; one count conspiracy to violate the CAA and TSCA and two counts of violating the CAA.

September 23, 2004

Kinch pled guilty to one count of making materially false statements at trial, a violation of 18 U.S.C. 1623.

STATUTE: 18 U.S.C. 1623

December 23, 2004

Alex Salvagno was sentenced to 300 months incarceration (25 years), 36 months probation, ordered to pay $23,039,607 in restitution and $2 million in forfeiture. Raul Salvagno was sentenced to234 months incarceration (19.5 years), 36 months probation and ordered to pay $22,875,575 restitution and $1,707,156 in forfeiture. AAR, Inc. was sentenced to pay $22,875,567 in restitution and $2,033,457 in forfeiture.

July 22, 2005

Reed was sentenced to 60 months incarceration, 36 months probation and ordered to pay $23,039,607 in restitution.

January 19, 2006

Dimaio was sentenced to 42 months incarceration and 24 months probation.

March 9, 2006

Lindquist was sentenced to 30 months incarceration and 24 months probation.

March 13, 2006

Hall was sentenced to 8 months incarceration and 24 months probation.

November 30, 2006

O'Brey was sentenced to 15 months incarceration, 24 months probation, ordered to perform 200 hours of community service. Alvord was sentenced to 15 months incarceration, 24 months probation, ordered to perform 200 hours of community service. Carroll was sentenced to 26 months incarceration, 24 months probation, ordered to perform 200 hours of community service. Gardner was sentenced to 36 months probation and ordered to perform 300 hours of community service. Goyeau was sentenced to 8 months incarceration and 24 months probation. Farbent was sentenced to 8 months incarceration, 24 months probation, and perform 200 hours of community service.


Asbestos Remediation Violations in Albany

FISCAL YEAR:              2004

 

1. PRINCIPAL DEFENDANT: Anthony Priore

N.D.  New York  5:99-CR-295

2. DEFENDANT: Charles Jubrey

N.D.  New York  5:99-CR-297

3. DEFENDANT: Edward Jubic

N.D.  New York  5:99-CR-294

4. DEFENDANT: Eric D. Beeche

N.D.  New York  5:01-CR-101-001

5. DEFENDANT: Frank Costello

N.D.  New York  5:99-CR-296

6. DEFENDANT: James D. Miller

N.D.  New York  5:00-CR-105

7. DEFENDANT: John Mantynen

N.D.  New York  5:99-CR-293

8. DEFENDANT: Kenneth Nusca

N.D.  New York  5:99-CR-298

9. DEFENDANT: Kevin Latant

N.D.  New York  5:99-CR-259 (GJD)

10. DEFENDANT: Lawrence St. Andrew III

N.D.  New York  5:99-CR-299

11. DEFENDANT: Paul L. Mancuso

N.D.  New York  08-CR-00611

12. DEFENDANT: Preston Young

N.D.  New York  5:00-CR-104

 

This investigation involved allegations made by the New York State Department of Health, Asbestos Safety Training Program, that the owners of Environmental Support Systems (ESS) in Schenectady, New York were engaged in efforts to fraudulently issue asbestos training certificates to individuals in the Albany, New York area, who did not complete the required training courses.

 

May 20, 1999

Latent was charged with one count of conspiracy - a violation of 18 U.S.C. 371.

STATUTE: 18 U.S.C. 1001, 18 U.S.C. 1341, 18 U.S.C. 3146, 18 U.S.C. 371, 42 U.S.C. 7413(c)(1)

June 16, 1999

Priore, Jubic, Mantynen, Costell, Andrew and Jubrey were each charged with one count of conspiracy, a violation of 18 U.S.C. 371. Nusca was charged with one count of conspiracy.

September 29, 1999

Latant pled guilty to two counts and was sentenced to 12 months probation and ordered to pay a $50 special assessment fee.

October 21, 1999

Nusca pled guilty to five counts and was sentenced to 3 months incarceration,12 months probation and ordered to pay a $25 special assessment fee and a $500 federal fine. Jubrey pled guilty to the one count and was sentenced to 12 months incarceration, 12 months probation and ordered to pay a $25 special assessment fee and a $500 federal fine. Jubrey was subsequently charged with Violations of Conditions of Supervised Release. Mantynen pled guilty and was sentenced to 24 months probation and was ordered to pay a $25 special assessment fee. Jubic pled guilty to both counts and was sentenced to 12 months probation and ordered to pay a $25 special assessment fee and a $500 federal fine. Andrew pled guilty and was sentenced to 12 months probation and ordered to pay a $25 special assessment fee and a $500 federal fine. Priore pled guilty to both counts and was sentenced to 12 months probation, ordered to pay a $25 special assessment fee and a $500 federal fine.

October 26, 1999

Costello pled guilty to the one count of conspiracy and was sentenced to 24 months probation.

February 15, 2000

Mancuso pled guilty to a one count Information involving the illegal removal and disposal of asbestos.

February 24, 2000

Miller and Young were charged with one count of conspiracy.

March 7, 2001

Beeche was charged with one count of conspiracy and one count of fraud.

May 10, 2001

The U.S. Attorney's Office filed a downward departure motion for Miller as a result of his cooperation involving ongoing asbestos related investigations. As a result, Miller was sentenced to 6 months home confinement as a condition of 36 months probation, ordered to perform 500 hours of community service and pay a $100 special assessment fee.

June 12, 2001

Beeche pled guilty to both counts.

June 28, 2001

Young pled guilty to conspiracy and was sentenced to 15 months incarceration, 36 months probation and ordered to pay a special assessment fee of $100.

January 13, 2003

Mancuso pled guilty to one count of violating the CAA and was sentenced to 6 months home confinement, 36 months probation and was ordered to pay a $100 special assessment fee.

July 27, 2004

Beeche was sentenced 60 months probation, perform 200 hours of community service, ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1,309 to the U.S. District Court and a $3,000 federal fine.

TWO NEW YORK MEN ARRESTED ON ASBESTOS REMOVAL CHARGES

 

Release date: 03/14/2002

Contact Information:


FOR RELEASE: THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 2002TWO NEW YORK MEN ARRESTED ON ASBESTOS REMOVAL CHARGES

Luke C. Hester 202-564-7818


Michael Wadjas and Craig Brinson of Albany, N.Y., were arrested on March 5 on charges that they illegally removed asbestos from the Hilton Industrial Park in Rensselaer, N.Y., and then dumped it at various locations near the New York-Massachusetts border in violation of the Clean Air Act (CAA) and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA). The illegal removal of asbestos and the illegal disposal of asbestos by open dumping can cause asbestos fibers to become airborne, and the inhalation of airborne asbestos fibers is a known cause of lung cancer, a lung disease known as asbestosis and mesothelioma, which is a cancer of the chest and abdominal cavities. If convicted on all charges, each defendant faces a maximum sentence of up to five years in prison and/or a fine of up to $250,000 on each count of violating the CAA. Violations of CERCLA carry a maximum penalty of up to three years in prison and/or a fine of up to $250,000 on each count for which a defendant is convicted. The case was investigated by EPA’s Criminal Investigation Division and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation with the assistance of the New York State Department of Labor. It is being prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s office in Syracuse, N.Y.


NEW YORK MAN PLEADS TO ASBESTOS CRIME

 

Release date: 10/05/2000

Contact Information:


FOR RELEASE: THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 2000

NEW YORK MAN PLEADS TO ASBESTOS CRIME
Timothy Carroll of Albany, N.Y., pled guilty on September 22, in U.S. District Court in Syracuse to conspiracy to violate the Clean Air Act, commit mail fraud and file false and fraudulent income tax returns. The defendant admitted that for eight years as a co-owner of Analytical Laboratories of Albany (ALA) he falsified and permitted the falsification of sample results from AAR Contractors Inc., a large asbestos abatement company. Carroll also admitted that the owner of AAR was a secret 50 percent owner of ALA. New York State asbestos laws prohibit an abatement company from owning a laboratory. The defendant further admitted destroying financial records. Falsification of asbestos abatement tests can create the potential for human exposure to asbestos fibers which, when inhaled, can cause lung cancer, a disease known as “asbestosis,” and mesothelioma, which is a cancer of the chest and abdominal cavities. When sentenced, the defendant faces a maximum of up to five years in prison and/or a fine of up to $250,000. The case was investigated by EPA’s Criminal Investigation Division, the U.S. Postal Service, the U.S. Army’s Criminal Investigation Division, and the New York State Office of the Inspector General with assistance from the New York State Departments of Labor and Health. It was prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of New York.

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