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Davis Homes owner faces 29 criminal charges involving theft from customers

After a lengthy investigation, authorities have charged Aubry Dale Davis, age 63, with 29 criminal charges.

Authorities say that Davis, for former owner of Davis Homes, stole approximately $300,000 from customers and never delivered goods or services.

Davis was indicted by a Warren County grand jury Friday, Jan. 14 on 26 charges of theft of property and three charges of exploitation of an elderly or vulnerable adult. He has been released on $150,000 bond.

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Davis Homes allegedly shut down in December. It was located on Smithville Highway in Warren County.

These allegations date back several years – to 2017. Davis allegedly accepted money for payment on mobile homes and then never delivered them. The dollar amount on these cases tops $300,000, according to Warren County Sheriff’s Department. Meanwhile, in 14 cases Davis is alleged to have delivered the home but never furnished a title. Over $1.5 million in mobile homes were allegedly furnished without a title.

Victims range all over the Middle Tennessee area.

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