2017-06-08 / Courts

Court date set for builder

A 61-year-old Williamsburg man accused of taking more than $18,000 from an Elmwood Township woman for a construction project has his preliminary examination set for July 11. Prosecutors will discuss his settlement amount at that time.

According to conditions set by his bond, Gregory H. Nash cannot engage in construction activity that involves a license until the outcome of the case is determined.

He is currently free on a $25,000, 10 percent bond and is to have no contact with his victim.

Nash was arraigned on May 16 on felony charges of larceny by conversion between $1,000 and $20,000, and larceny in a building.

Nash allegedly took money from the woman after agreeing to do work for her that was never completed. The report said that in November Nash sent the woman a letter saying he had been forced to close his business. He also allegedly removed materials for the project from the woman’s garage to return for a cash refund.

If convicted, the charges could net Nash up to five years in prison.

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