Halliburton has agreed to pay $55 million dollars to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.The company has also agreed to pay a maximum statutory fine of $500,000. Halliburton will accept three years of probation and cooperate in the government’s ongoing criminal investigation.
“Buswell admitted that he engaged in a scheme in order to defraud his clients by making false representations and promises to them in order to obtain economic benefit for himself.” - U.S. Attorney Stephanie Finley
In St. Mary Parish, authorities are looking for the man who police say stole over $3,000.00 from two cash registers at Wal Mart in Bayou Vista, while in Lafayette, LPD say they caught a Lafayette man while he was apparently in the act.
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