The owner of a local pool company and her spouse are facing fraud and theft charges.
Dozens of victims claim Davenport Extreme Pools and Spas took their money, but didn’t build their pools.
Monday, Tracy Davenport and her husband, Matthew Davenport turned themselves in at the Clark County Jail.
Police said they are each charged in Clark County with four counts of theft, four counts of fraud, and two counts of corrupt business influence, all felony charges.
There are also victims in Kentucky who claim the same thing, that the company took their money but never built a pool.
Tracy Davenport filed for bankruptcy for the company. Her case lists about 60 families who said they were victims of fraud. Attorney Larry Wilder, who is representing the couple, said Matthew Davenport was an officer in the corporation.
Lawsuits have also been filed against the company. One lawsuit alleges Davenport spent customer money on “lavish vacations to Las Vegas, personal cosmetic surgeries, a six-figure recreational vehicle, and the purchase of an expensive pleasure cruising lake boat.”
Wilder said Monday his clients were charged with additional charges related to their failed pool business.