A man accused of ripping off customers through his roofing and flooring company is facing more charges.
The Oklahoma County District Attorney charged Brian Vincent Krafton with four counts of embezzlement and one count of pattern of criminal offenses.
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Prosecutor said in June 2010, Krafton -- through his company Oklahoma Roofing and Flooring -- took nearly $3,500 from a homeowner in Moore for a roofing project. He's accused of taking the money without properly finishing the job. He's accused of doing the same to three more victims, and embezzling about $12,000 in all.
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News 9 has encountered Krafton before during several investigations. He's had more than a dozen lawsuits filed against him in both Oklahoma and Cleveland counties, mostly for taking money for roofing jobs and never returning to complete the work.
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