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Local Couple Accused Of Stealing Money From Spring Business; Not Their First Rodeo!

Local Couple Accused Of Stealing Money From Spring Business; Not Their First Rodeo!
July 26
00:23 2017
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First seen on SpringHappenings.com | Spring, Texas – July 25th, 2017: A local couple is being accused of stealing $1,500 $825.00 after they failed to provide contracted services to a business in Old Town Spring.

The Teacher Creature Store, a teacher supply and pet store located in Old Town Spring contracted with CCS Concrete after finding them on a local Facebook business group to pour a small concrete pad at their business.

Unfortunately, after the contract was signed and the check for $1,500 $825.00 was written, the entire business deal went down hill. Allegedly, CCS Concrete was to be at the job site the following day but never showed up. Two weeks later, the concrete still has not been poured and the $1,500 $825.00 check was teller cashed at their bank by one of the owners using an alias.

[blockquote style=”3″]”We have filed complaints with the Federal Commission, State Attorney, BBB and now with the Sheriff’s Department. We do not want other people to be scammed by them!” Sandra Van Fleet, Owner of The Teacher Creature Store[/blockquote]

CCS Concrete is owned by David & Jennifer McGowen of Spring. Other business aliases include McGowen Concrete Works and JB Maintenance according to sources. After sifting through public records, Spring Happenings has uncovered some disturbing information and has discovered this is not their first rodeo for theft!

  • David McGowen was charged with a felony indictment in Harris County for theft (>$1,500 and <$20,000) on 08/05/16 for stealing over 60 yards of concrete. According to court documents, David McGowen’s sentence was reduced to a Class A Misdemeanor and a $500 fine.
  • Jennifer McGowen was charged with a felony indictment in Harris County for theft on 03/27/2016 for stealing a $2,000 check and not providing the agreed upon concrete work. Court documents show that Jennifer McGowen acknowledged her intent to take the money and not provide concrete work even after she received a certified letter from the other party.  Jennifer McGowen’s sentence was reduced to a Class A Misdemeanor following a $2,000 restitution and 1 year of probation.
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Spring Happenings reached out to Mr. McGowen for comments and received these responses.

The above Facebook thread has since been removed by David McGowen.

The Harris County Sherrif’s Office is currently investigating the incident. Updates to this story will be published as they become available.

Have you been scammed by CCS Concrete? We want to hear from you!

Milton Frank Plumbing, AC/Heating

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