At least 12 local residents lost money they paid up front for work not done


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GREENFIELD — A roofer who took payments for repairs on homes with storm damage and then failed to complete the work has been charged with 36 felonies.  

Michael Friery, owner of Veteran Construction, turned himself in to local authorities Wednesday morning and pleaded not guilty to the charges, which include 12 counts of theft and 24 counts of home improvement fraud. All are Class D felonies, each carrying a penalty range of six months to three years and up to $10,000 in fines.

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