Bow roofer Currier, indicted in scam, faces more charges out of Hillsborough County
A Bow roofer charged in Merrimack County with scamming a dozen homeowners is now also facing charges out of Hillsborough County.
A grand jury there indicted Tim Currier with theft by unauthorized taking earlier this month. Currier, owner of Green Home Energy Systems, is accused of taking $7,993 from a Francestown homeowner in October 2011 in exchange for a roof that he then never installed.
The charge is a Class A felony carrying up to 15 years in prison.
The indictment comes on top of one handed down by a Merrimack County grand jury October. A dozen homeowners are listed in that indictment, which accuses Currier of taking amounts ranging from $300 to $12,000 for services that were not delivered. When work was not completed, Currier “purposefully failed to return” the funds, the indictment alleges.
Currier waived his right to an arraignment on the Merrimack County indictment in early October. A dispositional conference is scheduled for Dec. 7.
He is scheduled to be arraigned on the Hillsborough County indictment Dec. 21.
Court records say Currier is from Derry but he also owns a home at 42 River Road in Bow, according to tax records.