U.S. District Court Judge John T. Fowlkes Jr. of the Western District of Tennessee today sentenced DiAne Gordon, 61, of Memphis, Tennessee, to 36 months in prison followed by two years supervised release in connection with her fabrication of discharge monitoring reports required under the Clean Water Act and the submission of those fraudulent documents to state regulators in Tennessee and Mississippi. The court further ordered Gordon to pay restitution in the amount of $222,388.
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