J Murphy Aggregates Ltd, Shaun Murphy and James Duggan have been convicted by Leeds Crown Court of safety breaches after a worker was struck by a falling excavator. Additionally, the same company was convicted of safety violations in a separate incident after a railcar driver suffered serious crushing injuries to
Three managers at a Jeannette manufacturing plant testified Thursday that a co-worker burst into a meeting of plant supervisors on Dec. 2 and stabbed the facility’s security guard with a utility knife, then attempted to stab the human resources manager. After listening to more than three hours of testimony from
A rogue estate agent who forged Wirral Council letters and emails and lied to clients has been banned from acting as a company director after a string of offences. Joe Martin-Bindley, former director of Peninsular Property Consultants North West, admitted two counts of fraud, three of providing false or misleading
The director of an air conditioning company has been given a 6-month suspended prison sentence, following an incident in 2019 which resulted in the serious injury of an apprentice. Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court heard that in October 2019 an apprentice was instructed to replace an external air conditioner on the roof
The Environment Agency files lawsuits after the abandonment of a waste site The accused pleaded guilty in Worcester Magistrates’ Court The waste was stored in violation of the permit conditions Jonathan Wells, of Condover, Shrewsbury, pleaded guilty in Worcester Magistrates’ Court on November 19, 2021 to violating the terms of
PORTLAND, Ore.—The former general manager of the Jacklin Seed Company, a Pacific Northwest grass and turf seed grower and marketer, was sentenced today to federal prison for conspiring to commit wire fraud and money laundering as part of several schemes to defraud Jacklin’s former owner, the JR Simplot Company, and
Dean Parkinson of Taunton, director of Palladis Security Services Ltd, was sentenced to 4 months imprisonment, suspended for 2 years, by Oxford Magistrates’ Court on March 17, 2021. On October 2, 2020, Parkinson pleaded guilty to running an unlicensed security company, working without a license, and deploying unlicensed gate supervisors.
ST. LOUIS — U.S. District Judge Henry E. Autrey today sentenced David Kramer to 24 months in prison. The 42-year-old Parkland, Florida resident pleaded guilty to five counts of wire fraud. In his role as risk manager with a Florida-based branch of Enterprise Holdings, Inc., Kramer requested checks from the