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David D. Valenti

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Wyoming Homes
 
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PLAINS TWP. - Alleged fraud victims ...
www.timesleader.com, 30 July 2014 [cached]
PLAINS TWP. - Alleged fraud victims of Wyoming Homes owner David Valenti hurled remarks at him in the courtroom saying he should go to jail if they don't get refunded their money.
Outside, they chanted "Wyoming Homes makes owning a home a nightmare."
Valenti, 61, of Glenmaura Drive, Moosic, appeared for a preliminary hearing before District Judge Diana Malast on Tuesday on separate felony counts of theft based on allegations he never delivered newly constructed module homes after receiving downpayments.
One of the victims lost her home during the September 2011 flood and paid Valenti a downpayment of $6,000 for a new home, according to the criminal complaints.
Before Valenti waived the two theft counts, filed by Luzerne County detectives, to county court, Plains Township police charged him with swindling $3,400 from a couple who made a downpayment for a home.
PLAINS TWP. - About 16 alleged ...
www.timesleader.com, 30 July 2014 [cached]
PLAINS TWP. - About 16 alleged fraud victims of Wyoming Homes owner David Valenti hurled remarks at him in a district judge's courtroom Tuesday, saying he should go to jail if they don't get refunded their down payments.Outside, they chanted "Wyoming Homes makes owning a home a nightmare."The crowd may become larger as two law enforcement sources said Tuesday that Valenti could possibly face more charges related to allegedly swindling would-...
PLAINS TWP. - About 16 alleged ...
www.timesleader.com [cached]
PLAINS TWP. - About 16 alleged fraud victims of Wyoming Homes owner David Valenti hurled remarks at him in a district judge's courtroom Tuesday, saying he should go to jail if they don't get refunded their down...
Wyoming Homes owner faces more fraud charges
PLAINS TWP. - About 16 alleged fraud victims of Wyoming Homes owner David Valenti hurled remarks at him in a district judge's courtroom Tuesday, saying he should go to jail if they don't get refunded their down...
David Valenti, owner of ...
www.timesleader.com, 1 Sept 2009 [cached]
David Valenti, owner of Wyoming Homes in Plains Township, walks into magisterial district court on Sept. 4. Times Leader file photo David Valenti, owner of Wyoming Homes in Plains Township, walks into magisterial district court on Sept. 4. Times Leader file photo
Photo David Valenti, owner of Wyoming Homes in Plains Township, walks into magisterial district court on Sept. 4. Times Leader file photo
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David Valenti, owner of Wyoming Homes in Plains Township, walks into magisterial district court on Sept. 4. Times Leader file photo
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Even without Valenti taking part in the trial, Burke continued with the proceeding.
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Jones said Valenti at one time was represented in the civil suit but that lawyer withdrew from the case.
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For reasons unknown, Valenti never hired another lawyer to defend against the civil lawsuit.
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Valenti promised the home would be delivered on or by May 22, 2010.
When the home wasn't delivered, Kale's ex-husband called the home manufacturer in September 2010 and was told Valenti only paid $10,000, and the home was close to being sold to another buyer.
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The awarded damages is the latest judgment against Valenti and his company.
Valenti is facing several criminal theft cases for accepting down payments from customers and failing to deliver homes.
The state Office of Attorney General in July filed suit against Valenti and Wyoming Homes alleging violations of the Consumer Protection Law. The AG's office is seeking a court order to permanently shut down the business on state Route 315.
Last week, Champion Home Builders based in Troy, Michigan, filed a five count lawsuit in county court alleging Valenti and Wyoming Homes failed to make payments for manufactured homes. Valenti allegedly issued a check to Champion Home Builders through a third-party that had insufficient funds, the suit says.
Champion Home Buildings is seeking $59,400 on each count plus legal fees.
And, the Internal Revenue Service in March filed a $6,450.25 lien against Wyoming Homes, court records say.
Attempts to reach Valenti were unsuccessful on Wednesday.
Dave Valenti, owner of ...
citizensvoice.com, 25 Oct 2011 [cached]
Dave Valenti, owner of Wyoming Homes on Route 315 in Plains Township, is adding 10 new employees, including truck drivers, salespeople and laborers. When hiring is complete, he will have 12 employees. He also plans to open another sales location and a warehouse center on Route 61 outside Pottsville in early 2012 that will add another 15 jobs.
Valenti said home sales have tripled at his business this year since many other manufactured home dealers have closed and Wyoming Homes is one of the last remaining retailers in the area.
"We had seven stores at one time. We're down to one," Valenti said. "Although we have downsized, there are less dealers now than there were two years ago. Most of our competitors are gone. We are doing better by default."
Manufactured home dealers are listed among 10 key dying industries in a recent report from industry research firm IBISWorld. Ten years ago, Valenti said the manufactured home industry sold about 300,000 homes across the United States, about 25 percent of all homes. Last year, less than 50,000 manufactured homes were sold, he said. A number of companies which manufactured homes have filed for bankruptcy.
"The industry took a nose dive, a bad nose dive. It was hard to survive through it," Valenti said.
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Valenti, 58, of Moosic, has been in the manufactured home business since he was 18 and ran Wyoming Homes since he was 21.
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