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Father and son arrested for theft after receiving money for backlog

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) — Two Brazos Valley men who turn out to be a father-son duo have been released from prison after being arrested on Christmas Eve for theft.

College Station police charged Randall Fred Eubank, 59, of North Zulch, with three counts of stealing $2,500 <30,000 property and Aubrey Gibson Eubank, 28, of College Station, with one count.

College Station Police say a local company has hired Painters Unlimited to paint their home. The couple demanded that half of the payment be made upfront of $3,750 and then they demanded another payment of $3,742 for the carpentry needed to complete the painting. Arrest reports say the family agreed to the terms and made payment. Arrest reports say that Aubrey began work by washing the house under pressure, then cashed the check and never returned.

Arrest reports say the family demanded their money back days after a third-party contractor quit his job, saying he hadn’t been paid. Randall insisted that the work be done and that they hire a more reliable contractor, but the family refused and demanded their money back. However, the family offered to pay for the work done.

CSPD arrest reports state that Randall agreed to return the money to the family on June 4, 2022, but this never happened. The family tried to stop paying the checks, but they had already been cashed. Reports indicate that the couple has been given enough time to get the money back.

“After I was assigned his case for further investigation, I contacted Randall and spoke with him about the situation. He agreed to return the money to {the family} several times over the course of several weeks. Every week there was a new excuse for not having money,” the statement said.

The CSPD also notes that there was a recurring pattern with the duo and that the family in Bryan was also a victim.

“Looking into the history of both defendants, they did the same to another homeowner in Bryan, Texas around the same time. Randall offered the job, Aubrey took over the money and then went to work. Aubrey never showed up, quitting his job as soon as he started, the money was taken and never returned to the landlord,” the statement said. “It turned out that Aubrey and Randall did this to people. They took money at the start of the job, did the bare minimum to get it started, and then never came back or refunded the money.”

Randall was released on $28,500 cash bail or bail at Christmas, while Aubrey was released after posting $7,500 bail.

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