Twaddle was the president of Restore-IT USA,
head quartered in Columbus, Ohio and run locally out of an office on Forest
Green Blvd in Louisville.
The Kentucky Attorney General's Office said in the summer of 2012, Twaddle's
employees would visit neighborhoods and sign residents up for roof repairs
after storms collecting payments prior to any work being completed.
Twaddle allegedly deposited the money into a company bank account and
transferred the funds to his personal account. The roof repairs were never
However, Friday was not his first court appearance. On March
18, Twaddle pled guilty to
felony theft in Bullitt County.
also faced indictments on 26 additional counts of theft in four more counties
in Kentucky, including a number in Jefferson County and the Ohio Attorney
General's office said it already has a $255,218 default judgment against
Twaddle that has not been paid. In November 2013, a grand jury in Union County,
Ohio indicted Twaddle for theft, racketeering, money laundering and insurance
fraud for cases involving 42 victims in nine counties.
pled guilty to felony theft in Bullitt County March 18. His two year prison
sentence suspended on the condition he repays $7,389 to his victims by June 30.
His sentence was also delayed in Scott County Friday on the condition Twaddle pay
full restitution in the amount of $3,700 to that victim.
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