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Arrested
ALIASES: Ronald W. Holland
SEX: Male
HEIGHT: 5'7"
WEIGHT: 200
HAIR: Black
EYES: Brown
BUILD: Medium
RACE: Caucasian

Samuel Neviel Arnold- Unlicensed Contractor

VIOLATIONS:

  • Grand Theft
  • Diversion of Construction Funds
  • Contracting without a License
  • Requiring an Excessive Down Payment

KNOWN LOCATIONS:

Murrieta, California, Riverside County, Bonita, California, San Diego County

BUSINESS NAME(S):

Center Line Design

OTHER:

Holland has been cited and convicted for illegal contracting on nine previous occasions. He is now wanted on a $25,000 warrant issued for his arrest in San Diego County, stemming from numerous consumer complaints that he took illegally large down payments for contracting work, $21,000 in one case, and did substandard and incomplete work.

The San Diego County District Attorney’s Office filed felony charges against Holland for grand theft; and misdemeanor violations of diversion of funds, contracting without a license, and soliciting illegally large down payments.

According to prosecutors, Holland typically preys on homeowners interested in a swimming pool and landscaping. Holland promises “great deals,” then takes excessive down payments, and rents heavy construction equipment in the customer’s name. The equipment is then left behind, building up back rent charges for unsuspecting homeowners, resulting in liens files against them. Holland is currently on probation from his previous unlicensed contracting activities. In one case Holland owes a homeowner $100,000 in restitution.

NEW INFORMATION: On May 21, 2013, Holland was arrested in Sacramento. He will now face charges in San Diego County.

WARNING:
NO ATTEMPT SHOULD BE MADE TO APPREHEND THIS INDIVIDUAL, EXCEPT BY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.

Holland has been cited and convicted for illegal contracting on nine previous occasions. He is now wanted on a $25,000 warrant issued for his arrest in San Diego County, stemming from numerous consumer complaints that he took illegally large down payments for contracting work, $21,000 in one case, and did substandard and incomplete work.

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