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Bow roofer indicted on charges he took deposits, but never did the work
The criminal charges against Currier, made public on Monday in Rockingham County Superior Court, mark the latest action the state has taken against him and his business, Green Home Energy Systems, LLC.
Senior Assistant Attorney General Jim Boffetti said the state is investigating other customer claims against Currier around New Hampshire. More charges could be forthcoming, he said.
Boffetti said Currier would offer customers a special metal roofing to customers, and claim that he was doing other work locally like at a local church or other building. But those statements turned out not to be true, Boffetti said.
The indictment said that one customer paid Currier an $8,250 deposit for a roof on his home. The customer then requested Currier to do the work he was hired to do, or that the deposit be refunded, the indictment says. Currier allegedly did neither.
Currier will be scheduled for arraignment later this month in superior court. If convicted by a jury, he could face up to 7½ to 15 years in state prison.
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