SALT LAKE CITY – A man detained in Utah State Prison for a bank robbery and bomb threat was arrested again.
Curtis Troy Crosby, 36, was admitted to Cache County Jail Thursday on Thursday for an investigation into service theft for suspected roof fraud.
In June, a Cache County woman signed a contract with Crosby “to have the roof of her home repaired after the house suffered hail damage last spring,” a police affidavit said. The woman gave Crosby $ 3,400 in advance.
But over the next five months she had to contact Crosby repeatedly to ask when he would start working, and each time Crosby would “either avoid the question or apologize why he wasn’t getting the roof at this point.” could repair “. “It says in the affidavit.
The woman phone or text messages to Crosby 16 between July 28 and November 15, according to an affidavit, demanding either that her roof be repaired or a refund.
On November 10, Crosby called the woman and allegedly told her that “he had fallen into his old ways and taken advantage of them and spent the money without attempting to repair her roof,” the affidavit read. The woman picked up the call.
When police tried to interview Crosby on Thursday, “he said he had done nothing wrong” and asked for his lawyer, the affidavit said.
Crosby has a long criminal history, according to court records, including his most recent event which has received some media attention.
On September 17, 2015, Crosby walked into a branch of the US bank at 2243 E. 2100 South, handed a staff member a bill, and then showed her what looked like some sort of explosive device, with wires going into a belt pouch, according to loading documents.
Crosby was arrested a few days later. He was convicted of theft and possession of a joke weapon of mass extermination and sentenced to one to 15 years in Utah State Prison.