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Attorney General Schmitt Announces Criminal Charges Against St. Louis County Contractor

Nov 12, 2019, 16:46 PM by AG Schmitt
Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced that William DeIuliis, 59, of St. Louis County has been charged in two separate counties relating to allegations of contractor fraud.

ST LOUIS, Mo.  – Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced that William DeIuliis, 59, of St. Louis County has been charged in two separate counties relating to allegations of contractor fraud.

The charges in St. Louis County and St. Charles County allege that Mr. DeIuliis falsely promised homeowners that he and his company Integrity Home Solutions would perform home repair and remodeling services in exchange for partial upfront payment. Despite being paid, Mr. DeIuliis failed to provide work or materials to several St. Louis-area homeowners. 

Mr. DeLuliis has been arrested and posted bond. His first scheduled court appearance is on December 4, 2019 in St. Louis County.

Attorney General Schmitt encourages Missourians, who believe they may be the victim of a construction scam, to file a complaint with his office online, by calling 800-392-8222, or by mailing a complaint to: Missouri Attorney General’s Office, Consumer Complaint Unit, P.O. Box 899, Jefferson City, Missouri 65102. 

All persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty.  Criminal charges are not evidence of a crime. 

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