3rd Person Charged in Youngstown Frack Wastewater Dumping Case April 1, 2014 Crime, Industrywide Issues, Mahoning County, Ohio, Wastewater Just when you thought there was a conclusion to the story of Ben Lupo and Hardrock Excavating and the dumping of frack wastewater down a drain that eventually emptied into the Mahoning River–the story takes a new turn. MDN previously told you that Hardrock’s owner, Ben Lupo, changed his plea to guilty last week (see Ben Lupo Admits Guilt in OH Frack Wastewater Dumping, Prison Next?). Previously one of his employees, Michael Guesman, a truck driver, plead guilty (see Youngstown, OH Illegal Wastewater Dumping Happened “At Least” 24X). Apparently Guesman was the second employee Lupo wrangled into doing his illegal bidding. What has just come to light is there was a first employee illegally dumping the month prior to Guesman. The first employee has now been charged… Please Login to view this content. (Not a member? Join Today!) Related Post navigation New Hearing Dates for Hilcorp’s Forced Pooling Request in PAMarcellus & Utica Shale Story Links: Wed, Apr 2, 2014 You do not have permission to view the comments. Click here to cancel reply.Please Login to post a comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email.