Yard worker pleads guilty to lumber scam
A former employee of Stimson Lumber Co. in Plummer, Idaho, has admitted to pocketing more than $500,000 for selling lumber to an unauthorized third party, while he was responsible for loading and unloading trucks for his employer, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Idaho.
Trevor Mokry, 32, pleaded guilty on April 23 in U.S. District Court in Coeur d’Alene to aiding the transportation of stolen goods. According to court records, between June 2007 and June 2011, Mokry admitted that he entered into an unauthorized "mill direct" sales arrangement with a business located in Spokane, Wash., which involved the business’ driver traveling from Spokane to Plummer to pick up lumber and then returning to Spokane. Mokry loaded the truck and received a check from the driver for the lumber.
Mokry sold Stimson’s lumber to the Spokane business without the permission or knowledge of Stimson and never paid Stimson for the lumber, according to authorities. In a plea agreement, Mokry admitted that he was paid $581,445.24 by the Spokane company for the lumber. The government is seeking restitution for the victim.
The case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The charge is punishable by up to 10 years in prison, a maximum fine of $250,000 and up to three years of supervised release.
Sentencing is set for July 16, 2012.
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Last fall, Montana builder Anders Lewendal began work on “The All-American Home,” gaining national recognition in the media and building industry. An economist-turned-builder, Lewendal estimated that if every builder used just 5% more American-made products, they would create more than 200,000 jobs — a number that ABC News reported as being confirmed by The Boston Consulting Group.
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Tulsa, Okla.-based Mill Creek has plans to open a showroom, door shop and truss manufacturing plant in northern Wichita, Kan., according to an article in the Wichita Eagle.
Jeff Dunn, Mill Creek’s president, told the newspaper he’s “cautiously optimistic” about the city and wants to position the company for the inevitable upturn in new-home building.
“In the markets we’re in, we’re seeing modest growth over the last couple of years, and that’s a lot better than where we’ve come from,” Dunn said.
Mill Creek Lumber & Supply has leased 37,000 sq. ft. of a larger facility and plans to open on July 1, the report said. The expansion includes the transfer of about 16 employees from Mill Creek’s Belle Plaine truss shop, which will be closed. Additional personnel will also be hired.
Mill Creek operates 36 locations in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. The company sells lumber and building materials, flooring, kitchen and bath, and other home improvements products.
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