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After pleading guilty to insurance fraud, employing immigrants who are in the country illegally, and filing false tax documents, the owner of a southwest Ohio roofing company now faces between 2 and 5 years in prison.

As if these charges weren’t serious enough, documents filed in a Dayton, Ohio court suggest Williams Brothers Roofing and Siding actively participated in human trafficking. According to investigators, Gregory Oldiges, the 55-year-old proprietor of Williams Brothers, paid liaisons to bring in migrant workers from Texas illegally. Oldiges would then pay those workers a fraction of the rate extended to its regular roofing crews.

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