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CT DMV Removes Emissions Test Station for Fraudulent Activity.

The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) recently announced the removal of the first state emissions test station for alleged fraudulent activity.

According to the department, Lemans 24 Citgo, Inc. in Greenwich, CT, was removed last week for fraudulent test procedures and falsifying test results in violation of the terms and conditions of operating an official emissions test station. The alleged fraudulent activity was uncovered during recent test record reviews.

CT DMV noted that it has also referred the matter to its Bureau of Safety and Enforcement for a criminal investigation.

Contact: Bill Seymour, CT DMV, phone 203-805-6020.

(EIN STAFF: 3/8)
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Date:Mar 11, 2004
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