A federal Grand Jury handed down a 12-rely indictment final week accusing a Fontana firm of violating the clear water act.
The indictment names Starlight Reclamation Environmental Providers, Inc., together with firm proprietor and president Christopher Jaramillo, forty seven, of Victorville; former firm vice chairman Robert Conn, seventy four, of Torrance; former plant operator Andrew Hucks, 29, who at one time was resident of Riverside however now lives in one other state; and one other former plant operator Fernando Torres, forty, who was a resident of San Bernardino however is now believed to be dwelling within the Central Valley. The lads are charged with dumping acidic wastewater within the sewer and with tampering with units meant to stop these violations.
All 4 males and the enterprise itself are charged with conspiring to violate the Clear Water Act and 9 counts of violating the Clear Water Act by knowingly discharging a lowpH wastewater pollutant, and two counts of tampering with a monitoring system, in response to a US Lawyer’s workplace information launch.
If convicted of all 12 counts within the indictment, every of the 4 particular person defendants would face a most of fifty four years in jail. If Starlight is convicted, the corporate would face fines of as much as $6 million.