By GUY FLETCHER
A Hagerstown-area manufacturer of electronic parts will pay the United States government $1.89 million to resolve allegations that the company performed fraudulent quality tests on electronic resistors sold for military and other government use.
Angstrohm Precision Inc., located north of the city at 18400 Precision Place, has denied the allegations and admitted no wrongdoing in settling the civil matter, U.S. Attorney Lynne A. Battaglia said Friday.
Angstrohm was closed for business Friday, according to a message on the company's telephone-answering system. Efforts to reach company officials for comment were unsuccessful.