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Despite Ruling, Logan Official Predicts Ouster of Security Firm

Date: November 24, 2001
Author: * Staff Writer(s)
QUOTE: Colonel DiFava sought to oust Argenbright last week when he learned that the company pleaded guilty last year to federal felony charges of hiring convicts and falsifying employee records. "The law is very clear," he said, "If the holder of the license is convicted of a felony, they cannot have a license."

ABSTRACT: Despite being disqualified for breaking felony statutes within a security industry, Argenbright Security remained on the job when a federal judge ruled that the State Police had not followed proper procedure in terminating them.  But the reinstatement stands to be short term, as State Police officals now move to remove Argenbright with all proper procedures in hand.

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