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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    An Otago builder convicted today on deception and forgery charges is described as a smooth talker

    An Otago builder convicted today on deception and forgery charges is described as a smooth talker


    56-year-old Rodney Day has been given seven months home detention and 150 hours community work in the Christchurch District Court - after pleading guilty.

    Peter Adolph - who was in court today - says he hired Day to make alterations to his Harewood home - but instead he made off with the deposit.

    Adolph says Day was smooth and amiable - but he's ripped off people.

    He says he's disappointed with the sentence.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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