The Arizona Registrar of Contractors has added Leo Andrew Wieck, 44 of Scottsdale, to the AZ ROC’s Most Wanted Unlicensed Entities List after a second felony warrant was issued for his arrest.
On Oct. 2, the Maricopa County Superior Court issued a Grand Jury Warrant for Wieck’s arrest, according to a press release.
Wieck DBA EMConstruction, Solscape LLC and Desert Storm Contracting LLC, faces the charge of Fraud-Illegal Use of a Credit Card, a Class 5 Felony after an AZ ROC investigation found Wieck claimed to be a licensed contractor in order to have a Phoenix homeowner pay him $10,680 for landscaping work at a Phoenix home.
The homeowners allege he fraudulently withdrew $4,000 from their account without permission, the press release stated.
Prior to the Oct. 2 warrant, the Maricopa County Superior Court issued another Grand Jury Warrant for Wieck’s arrest on Aug. 20. In this case, Wieck faces the charge of Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices, a Class 2 Felony and the charge stems from an AZ ROC investigation that found Wieck represented himself as a licensed contractor so a Phoenix homeowner would pay him $30,000 for a new pool installation.
Wieck started the project but disappeared before it was complete, the press release stated.
Wieck is also wanted on a Failure to Appear Warrant issued by the Encanto Justice Court on July 19. In that case, Wieck is being charged with Contracting Without a License, a Class 1 Misdemeanor after an AZ ROC investigation found a Phoenix homeowner paid him $53,539 for a pool installation.
Following concerns with the workmanship, the victim discovered Wieck was not licensed to perform the work and filed a complaint.
To see the full list of individuals on the AZ ROC’s Most Wanted Unlicensed Entity List and all Unlicensed Violations visit roc.az.gov.
AZ ROC frequently receives complaints where an unlicensed entity claims to be licensed. AZ ROC reminds property owners to ask contractors of their license status and to check the license using the contractor search at roc.az.gov or giving the agency a call at 1-877-692-9762.