Attorney General’s Office no longer pursuing charges against Bruno Total Home Performance
WINK News first told you about complaints against Bruno Total Home Performance nearly three years ago.
Customers claim that the work was not high quality and that employees forged signatures for financing agreements.
The Attorney General’s Office charged Bruno and several employees with fraud and falsifying documents. Bruno was arrested in June of 2020.
On Friday, the Attorney General’s Office of Statewide Prosecution announced that it is no longer pursuing criminal charges against the workers and Bruno himself.
They reviewed the evidence and said it did not meet the burden of proof.
Bob Goodman represents several of the former customers who brought complaints against Bruno Total Home Performance. “It’s disappointing, to say the least. I, you know, I’m not. I don’t work hand in hand with the state, or I, you know, I’m not privy to what their reasons were. But it’s definitely disappointing. Our civil cases will still move forward,” Goodman says.
The Attorney General’s Office will also pursue the consumer protection case involving the company.
WINK News reached out to Bruno and his attorney for comment but were not able to reach either.