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Oklahoma Attorney General files charges against Oklahoma roofer

Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter announced Friday that his office has filed four felony charges against a contractor in Noble who received thousands of dollars from Oklahomans in exchange for roofing repairs prosecutors assert he never completed.

Chad Davis, 38, faces those additional charges after Hunter’s office filed three prior felony charges against him in February.

In all seven charges, investigators accuse Davis of following the same pattern of fraudulent behavior by using his company, Storm Shield Roofing and Restoration, to sell customers, including several senior citizens, roof replacement or repair jobs that he then refused to complete or refund.

Authorities assert Davis took about $40,000 from the victims.

Three charges accusing Davis of violating the Consumer Protection Act were filed in Washington County this week, plus one charge accusing him of patterned felony behavior. Davis faces additional charges in Oklahoma County.

A warrant was issued this week to arrest Davis. He appeared in Washington County District Court Thursday, where bail was set at $25,000, court records show.

Hunter said Friday his office believes additional victims likely exist.

“Unfortunately, when we see a pattern ... there are typically more victims than the ones who came to us,” he said. “Taking advantage of Oklahomans, especially targeting the elderly for personal gain, is inexcusable.”

Individuals who believe they were treated similarly are being encouraged to contact the attorney general’s Consumer Protection Unit by emailing or by calling 1-833-681-1895.

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