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David D. Valenti

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Wyoming Homes
 
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WILKES-BARRE - The state Attorney ...
www.timesleader.com, 7 May 2015 [cached]
WILKES-BARRE - The state Attorney General's Office argued against discharging thousands of dollars in restitution and civil penalties in the pending bankruptcy case of David Valenti, the beleaguered owner of Wyoming Homes Inc.
In U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania on Tuesday, the AG's Bureau of Consumer Protection filed as an adversary of Valenti, referencing civil and criminal cases against him for allegedly bilking customers who paid for manufactured homes and services that were not provided.
Valenti, 62, of Glenmaura Drive, Moosic, could not be reached for comment Wednesday. The number at his Wyoming Homes' office in Plains Township was disconnected. He is free on bail in his pending criminal cases in Bradford, Luzerne, Susquehanna and Wyoming counties.
The AG's Office said it has standing as a creditor from a civil complaint filed last July in Luzerne County Court. The AG's Office said that under the Consumer Protection Law, Valenti owes $1,000 for each violation, $3,000 for each violation involving a consumer 60 and older, restitution and court costs. The filing did not list a total owed.
Valenti filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in February to liquidate the business.
According to information provided by the ...
thedailyreview.com, 16 April 2015 [cached]
According to information provided by the state police, David D. Valenti, 62, owner of Wyoming Homes Inc., has been charged with theft by unlawful taking or disposition. The charge against Valenti stems from an incident that occurred on July 19, 2011.
On that date, the report continued, an unnamed Wysox man entered into a contract with Valenti and Wyoming Homes to have a modular home installed on his property in Wysox. Total purchase price of the home was $59,600, and the man provided Wyoming Homes with a down payment of $30,000. However, due to the section of property being zoned for commercial use only, the man was not able to have the modular home installed on the property.
As a result, the installation was canceled, and the man requested a refund of $30,000 from Wyoming Homes, less any expenses incurred by the company. But as of April 2015 the man has not received any portion of the $30,000 from Valenti or Wyoming Homes, according to the report.
Police indicated they are also charging Valenti with receiving stolen property.
WILKES-BARRE - The Luzerne ...
www.timesleader.com, 8 Feb 2015 [cached]
WILKES-BARRE - The Luzerne County District Attorney's Office sought a court order to combine nine theft cases against Wyoming Homes owner David Valenti in order to avoid the risk of not being able to prosecute some of them.
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Valenti, 62, of Glenmaura Drive, Moosic faces charges he allegedly swindled customers who purchased modular homes from his business or paid for services that were not performed. He is free on bail and representing himself in the cases.
Detectives from the district attorney's office charged Valenti in June with felony charges of theft by deception. Subsequent charges were filed by the detectives and Plains Township Police in July, August and September.
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. - 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.
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