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Wed Aug 6, 2014 11:13 AM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- Evelyn Katirina Pattison, also known as Katirina Tracy, entered a guilty plea in United States District Court Southern District of Indiana Indianapolis Division on charges of biodiesel Renewable Identification Number fraud.

Schneider Electric obtained court documents Wednesday morning that were filed July 29 in the court by the prosecutors.

She pled guilty of charges that she conspired with others to charges of wire fraud, making false claims to the Internal Revenue Service in violation of the Clean Air Act, and a charge she obstructed by "craft, trickery, deceit, and dishonest means" the functions of the Environmental ...

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