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United States v. Beau Guidry Docket Number 12-75-JJB-SCR, (M.D. La)

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United States v. Beau Guidry
Docket Number 12-75-JJB-SCR, (M.D. La)

Most Recent Update: 7/25/12

7/25/12 Update: On May 3, 2012, Beau Guidry, of Denham Springs, Louisiana, pled guilty in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana to a three count Bill of Information charging him with odometer tampering. As part of his plea, Guidry admitted he rolled back the odometers of 48 vehicles which he sold through his Denham Springs, Louisiana, used motor vehicle dealership, Affordable Imports. Sentencing is scheduled for November 29. For additional information, see the Department of Justice Press Release dated May 3, 2012, which can be found here.

RESTITUTION NOTICE:  If you have been notified that you are a victim of Guidry’s crimes, please contact Consumer Protection Branch Trial Attorney David Sullivan (202-514-0516) and/or United States Probation Officer Ari Gatsios (225-706-3352).

Updated October 20, 2014