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Seafood plant employee sentenced in Clean Air Act case


ANCHORAGE (AP) – The last of three federal defendants who pleaded guilty this year to Clean Air Act violations at a Dutch Harbor seafood plant was sentenced Nov. 25 to three years of probation, avoiding the maximum sentence of two years in prison.

U.S. District Court Judge Ralph Beistline also ordered Bryan Beigh, 48, to pay a $750 fine. The defense, according to U.S. Attorney’s Office Alaska Criminal Division chief Kevin Feldis, indicated that Beigh lacked the money to pay a more substantial fine.

In July, the government charged Beigh with a single count of Clean Air Act tampering. An...

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