Syracuse Man sentenced for helping drivers cheat on emissions


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Syracuse, N.Y. – A Syracuse man has been sentenced to three years probation after he was involved in a scheme to help local drivers bypass their car emission standards.

Federal Prosecutors say that Charles Bayer was manufacturing devices that essentially involved fraud and sold them across the country.

Prosecutors say they know of at least 170 of those devices throughout the area, but prosecutors say the number could be a lot higher.


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