Friday, March 31, 2017

Gas Odors, Elevated Carbon Monoxide Levels Lead To Arrest Of Three Landlords Among Six Bagged In Connection With Alleged Illegal Work Done On Gas-Fired Furnaces At Rental Properties

In Nashua, New Hampshire, The Lowell Sun reports:
  • Six people connected to three rental properties have been charged in connection with illegal work performed on gas furnaces.

    In a press release, police said Nashua Fire Rescue responded to complaints of gas odors at the rental properties and found elevated levels of carbon monoxide. Another investigation was the result of a tenant complaint.

    Three men are charged with allowing an unlicensed person to work on gas-fired furnaces:

    * Garry Gauthier, 52, of Gauthier Realty, located at 16 Amherst St,, Nashua, was arrested following an inspection of a property he owns at 128 East Hollis St.

    * Xu Bin Zheng, 38, of 163 Water St., Wakefield, Mass., was arrested following an inspection of a property he owns at 54 Whitney St.

    * Raymond Roberts, age 59, of 12 Bell St., Nashua was arrest for Fuel Gas Fitters, a class A misdemeanor, following an inspection of a property he managed for Linbar Properties at 78 Ledge St.

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