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Salem Twp. contractor charged with taking money for roof job he never completed

| Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, 2:51 p.m.

State police this week charged a Salem Township contractor with accepting $2,080 as down payment for a metal roof that was never installed.

David M. Musgrove, 47, was charged Tuesday with theft by deception and disorderly conduct by state police in Kiski for failing to install the roof at a residence on Kunkle Lane in the township after accepting the homeowner's money on June 20.

Trooper Shauntai Hall alleged in an affidavit of probable cause that Musgrove has repeatedly refused to return the money or complete the work.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled March 27 before Washington Township District Judge Jason Buczak.

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