Dover paver pleads guilty to felony theft
By Kelsie Miller

Updated Wednesday, October 3, 2012 - 3:17pm

A not-so-pro paver.
A Dover-area contractor pleads guilty to felony theft charges.

William Harrison, owner of Pro Paving, apparently did a not-so-pro job. Alleged victims, homeowners who hired Harrison to pave their driveways, say that Harrison ignored their directions, made unfulfilled promises, and overcharged them.

Harrison was sentenced to two years of probation, and must pay almost $35,000 to nine different customers. He was also ordered to comply with the terms of a Cease and Desist Order, which will require him to get written agreements from customers before starting a job, and to be up front with pricing.

Harrison also plead guilty to a misdemeanor offensive touching charge that came out of a dispute with a customer.




Copyright © Sep 02, 2014, WDEL/Delmarva Broadcasting Company. All Rights Reserved.
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.




WDEL News Tools:
Printer friendly version
Back to homepage



 Latest News

 Follow Us

Facebook Twitter
RSS Mobile
Email Updates




Copyright © 2014, Delmarva Broadcasting Company. All Rights Reserved.   Terms of Use.
WDEL Statement of Equal Employment Opportunity and Outreach