Schenectady man faces additional charges in alleged roofing scheme

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SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — The State Police Bureau of Criminal
Investigation have lodged several new charges against a Schenectady man
previously arrested in connection to a roofing scheme.
 
On September 20th, State Police Investigators
in Princetown announced the arrest of Greg J. Brisk, 37, of Schenectady, for
Grand larceny in the third degree after he accepted $4,900 in exchange for
replacing a roof and never started the agreed upon work and refused to return
the monetary payment.

Since that time, several other individuals in Rotterdam,
Albany, Scotia and Niskayuna have contacted the State Police regarding the same
situation with complaints of money paid and work never started or completed
with no return of the money. All additional victims contacted officials after
seeing the original report.
 
The additional complaints resulted in additional charges
against Brisk, including two counts of Grand larceny in the fourth degree and
four counts of Grand larceny in the third degree. The additional charges are
all felonies and the combined value of the larcenies totals over $45,000.
 
Brisk operated under the business name Brisk GCR LLC.
 
Officials believe there are more victims of Greg J. Brisk
and Brisk GCR LLC and ask that anyone with similar types of complaints contact
the Bureau of Criminal Investigation in Princetown at 518-630-1712.

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