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Date: 12-02-2022

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United States of America v. Bradley Glaspell

Case Number: 1:22-cr-00031

Judge: Thomas S. Kleeh

Court: United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia (Harrison county)

Plaintiff's Attorney: United States Attorney’s Office

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Description: Clarksburg, West Virginia criminal law lawyer represented Defendant charged with wire fraud.

“Bradley Glaspell, from Salem, West Virginia, was a shady contractor who took advantage of West Virginians who paid him up front and trusted that he would do the job,” said United States Attorney Ihlenfeld. “His dishonesty caused many to be left with unfinished projects and I’m pleased that he will spend the next ten years behind bars.”

Glaspell, 48, the owner and operator of Over the Top Roofing, LLC, and Helping Hands Home Improvement, pled guilty in May 2022 in federal court to “Wire Fraud.” Glaspell falsely advertised his businesses on social media, claiming to be a licensed contractor when in fact he was not. He required down payments for materials but then failed to complete the work as promised and used the money he collected for his own personal expenses.

Defendant defrauded over 70 customers out of more than a half a million dollars through his contracting businesses,

Glaspell’s victims were from Doddridge, Gilmer, Harrison, Lewis, Marion, Monongalia, Ohio, Preston, Randolph, Ritchie, Taylor, Tucker, Upshur, and Wetzel counties in West Virginia, and Washington and Fayette counties in Pennsylvania.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew R. Cogar prosecuted the case on behalf of the government. The investigation was led by the West Virginia State Police and the Internal Revenue Service and supported by the West Virginia Attorney General’s Office. Numerous county prosecutor’s offices, sheriff’s departments, and police departments assisted with investigating the matter and the gathering of evidence.

Outcome: Defendant committed to custody of the BOP for a term of 120 months; 3 years supervised release; $100.00 special assessment; restitution in the amount of $593,009.05

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