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Man sentenced after posing as asbestos inspector

A 46-year-old man was sentenced after he was caught posing as an asbestos inspector in Denver. The man was ordered to 40 days in jail and ordered to pay $5,000 forging lab results and misleading state officials.

The man was hired by a demolition company to test mobile homes for asbestos and he told the company that he was a certified asbestos inspector. Instead of taking a bulk sample, the man incorrectly took samples from the air and forged the lab results that stated that the the homes were clear.

State inspectors that got a tip that the homes did include asbestos and it was later discovered that the mobile home park had more than 160 square feet of asbestos-containing material. The incident was considered an “emergency situation.”

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