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  • Attorney General Schmitt Announces Criminal Charges against Kansas City Area Contractor

    Mar 2, 2021, 10:24 AM by AG Schmitt
    Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced today that his office has filed felony charges against Corey M. Richards, 32, for allegedly defrauding customers in connection with his business, Metro Homes Rehab.
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  • Attorney General Schmitt Releases Findings in Review of Tory Sanders Case

    Feb 26, 2021, 11:04 AM by AG Schmitt
    Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt today announced his office’s findings after reviewing all available existing evidence and any available new evidence in the Tory Sanders case. Consistent with the findings of then-Attorney General Josh Hawley and the U.S. Attorney’s Office, who also consulted with the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division, the Attorney General’s Office found through their review of the case that there is not enough evidence to prove first or second degree murder charges in this case. Charges other than first or second degree murder are not possible due to the expiration of the statute of limitations.
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  • Attorney General Schmitt Obtains $60,000 in Restitution for Victims of Former Lees Summit Contractor

    Feb 25, 2021, 15:52 PM by AG Schmitt
    Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced today that his Office has obtained full restitution for six homeowners who paid former Lees Summit, Missouri contractor Michael Ross to complete home renovations. Through his company, Build Pro LLC, Ross took upfront payments and then performed little to no work before abandoning the company leaving homeowners with approximately $60,000 of loss.
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