|Kimball Roofing, Kimball Strickland Kimball Roofing Energy & Maintenance LLC Fugitive Kimball Roofing arrested!! Midway, Utah |
|25th of Dec, 2011 by User803179 |
|Look what I found!! Posted December 10, 2011|
Fugitive Kimball Dean Strickland (Kimball Roofing/Above All Roofing and Repairs, LLC arrested!! Please see our past reviews of this company; it gives more details of victims in UT. Because of a rare severe wind storm in Northern Utah earlier this December 2011, there were many unassuming wind damage victims venerable to unethical roofing contractors such as Kimball Dean Strickland (Kimball Roofing/Above All Roofing and Repairs, LLC) This is an alleged description of Kimball Dean Strickland (Kimball Roofing/Above All Roofing and Repairs, LLC) The career Scam Artist. This is just a sample! Long history!!! Many States!!! Many Victims! Now back in Utah to Scam again. If you have any information regarding fraud, poor work, theft, deception or anything else regarding this company or its owner, please post it here and we will follow up. Also, if you have access to other outlets to warn the citizens of Utah from Kimball Dean Strickland (Kimball Roofing/Above All Roofing and Repairs, LLC) please post them for all to read. We will begin posting all research regarding him and his companies. All state and local authorities will be updated in order to protect Utah Citizens. Basic & Partial History of Alleged Kimball scams and crimes (see some links below)
Allegedly, after several lawsuits and being investigated in UT in 2005 by KSL News for fraud, over charging and etc. (see one KSL link below) and allegedly, after paying fines and facing possible charges here in Utah, he escaped to Beaumont, Texas, set up a new company â€œposing as a roofing contractorâ€ to scam and steal from unsuspecting victims of Hurricane Rita. Allegedly, after investigations began on him and his company, he again escaped to Hawaii. Allegedly, in 2007 he was in hiding as a Fugitive from the US Marshals in Hawaii for the Texas Hurricane Rita crimes and fraud his company committed. Finally the US Marshals tracked him down and arrested him in his hideout. "Anytime we have individuals who violated the law by scamming innocent victims, we'll do everything in our power to find them and bring them to justice," U.S. Marshal in Hawai'i Mark Hanohano said in a statement issued through Ferstl. Allegedly, while hiding out in Hawaii, Kimball Dean Strickland, established another scam company that has had its license canceled without the possibility of renewing for a minimum of five years because of deceptive practices. Allegedly, he paid fines for some of the scams and allegedly, still has outstanding dept and charges. (see the Contractors Board link below)
On his, In The Basement explanation, He stated â€œI returned to Texas on my ownâ€ and corrected the problems that his employees created, when in reality, according to The Starbullatin, Honolulu Advertiser and other newspapers/media, he was chased down by The U.S. Marshals Service and the Hawaii Fugitive Task Force, arrested in Hawaii and turned over to state authorities for extradition to Texas!! Some believe he purposely does poor work hoping that victims will call him back to repair his work believing it is under warranty and then he will send a new bill for the repairs to his original poor work. Allegedly, this is what he has done in all of the other states he has been investigated for. Allegedly, he avoided returning to live in Hawaii to avoid investigation, so he moved back to a small town in UTAH (Midway), to begin his deceit to the trusting citizens there. He has many lawsuits and judgments on his record and Iâ€™m sure many more to come. We feel very sorry for the victims of Kimball Dean Strickland (Kimball Roofing/Above All Roofing and Repairs, LLC) who do not have the financing available to fight them. We are working with several legal advisors to set up a taskforce to do just that so please send all of the information you have. We will update you as we finalize in 2012. Fugitive arrested in Hilo
Advertiser Staff The U.S. Marshal Service's Hawai'i Fugitive Task Force arrested Kimball Dean Strickland, 44, today at his Hilo residence on Kaunalua Street on a $35,000 felony theft warrant from Texas. Chief Deputy Michael Ferstl, head of the fugitive task force, said Strickland was arrested without incident and turned over to state authorities for extradition to Texas. The task force received a request for assistance from Texas last week to arrest Strickland, who is wanted posing as a roofing contractor and allegedly scamming residents during Hurricane Rita. Rita caused $11.3 billion in damages along the U.S. Gulf Coast in September 2005. "Anytime we have individuals who violated the law by scamming innocent victims, we'll do everything in our power to find them and bring them to justice," U.S. Marshal in Hawai'i Mark Hanohano said in a statement issued through Ferstl.
Roof-repair scam leads to arrest - Star Bulletin
The U.S. Marshals Service and the Hawaii Fugitive Task Force arrested a 46-year-old man at his Hilo home Monday for allegedly running a roofing scam in Beaumont, Texas, after Hurricane Rita in September 2005.
The man allegedly posed as a roofing contractor after Hurricane Rita and allegedly stole money from residents.
Kimball Dean Strickland was arrested on an arrest warrant for $36,000 in roofing repairs, and other cases are pending in Texas.
Roofing Company Cited - A Follow Up Investigative Report
May 27th, 2005 @ 4:12pm (KSL News) -- An Eyewitness News Investigation involving the billing practices of a local roofing company netted some action. Today Utah's Division of Consumer Protection cited Kimball Roofing. We found Kimball Roofing had filed several lawsuits against clients. The company claimed those customers owed more money for the work it did. The customers say they paid the amount written on the contracts, and didn't owe anything else. Utah's Division of Consumer Protection agrees with the customers. The citation was for two counts of violating the Consumer Sales Practices Act. Francine Giani, State Consumer Protection: "You've got individuals who have paid for what they thought was a service. They completed that association, that arrangement. And then months down the road, weeks, or shortly after paying what they thought was the full amount, they were then hit up for yet another bill from the business. I think that's problematic." The company could face up to two-thousand dollars in fines. CONTRACTORS LICENSE BOARD
(Sting operation to catch Kimball Strickland among others)
â€¢ Kimball Roofing Energy & Maintenance LLC, Kimball D. Strickland, RME (Hilo) (CLB 2006-280-L, CLB 2006-437-L, CLB 2007-76-L, CLB 2007-117-L, CLB 2007-256-L); licenses inactivated and respondents will not reactivate for a period of not less than 5 years; respondents will not renew their licenses for a period of 5 years; effective July 26. State disciplines Hawaii companies and individuals in cases during July â€¦. CONTRACTORS LICENSE BOARD â€¢ Kimball Roofing Energy & Maintenance LLC, Kimball D. Strickland, RME (Hilo) (CLB 2006-280-L, CLB 2006-437-L, .... the Contractors State License Board's Statewide Investigative Fraud Team set up a sting operation ...
http://hawaii.gov/dcca/news-releases/disciplinary_actions_july_2010.pdf 1 IN THE UNITED STATES COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF UTAH ...
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Sep 22, 2008 â€“ L.L.C. and KIMBALL STRICKLAND,. Case No. 2:06-CV-726 TS. Defendants. Plaintiff seeks an award of attorney fees. Default Judgment in ...
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