Williamsport, Pa. — A contractor hired as a result of Contractor Moreover, “the go-to option” for contractors throughout many industries, is experiencing felony fees for failing to total a metal roofing project.
Matthew Wayne Reese, 40, of Jersey Shore agreed in April to install a roof on a home and about a concrete pad at a assets near Pearl Blvd in Montoursville. Reese approved a deposit check of $4,175 to buy supplies.
Montoursville Deputy Chief Jason Bentley claimed the agreed on start off date was between Sept. 13-19. Supplies obtained for a whole of $1,844.29 were shipped before the start off date.
Reese allegedly never showed up for the undertaking inspite of several calls from the house owner.
A licensed letter was sent to Reese on Sept. 30. Bentley explained it was returned on Oct. 2 signed by a Melissa Reese with Matthew Reese’s handle of 40 Wylie Street, Jersey Shore on it.
Reese was charged with 3 3rd-diploma felonies in theft by deception, misleading company procedures, and gets advance payment for services and fails to carry out. No bail is outlined for Reese, who has an lively warrant out for his arrest.