Another Defendant Pleads Guilty in Youngstown Illegal Dumping

From the Youngstown Vindicator:
A fourth defendant charged with violating the Clean Water Act in the dumping of oil-field waste into a Mahoning River tributary has pleaded guilty in federal court. 
Mark A. Goff, 46, of Newton Falls, will be sentenced July 7. Goff was charged in an information, meaning he waived his right to be indicted by a grand jury. 
Goff was an employee of Hardrock Excavating LLC. 
The company; its owner, Ben Lupo, 63, of Springfield Township; and another of Lupo’s employees, Michael P. Guesman, 35, of Cortland, all were charged with the offense.
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