Former LA Pool Store Owner Accused Breaking In Business Doing Epic $1 Million Damage

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Ron Ulfers, the former owner of Covington-area pool supply store, Clearwater Pool & Spa, has been arrested after investigators said he trashed his former business to the tune of $1 million back in November 2017.

A shocking picture (below) of the scene shows the store completely destroyed including fiberglass that had literally been ripped down along with the ceiling.

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Ulfers, 44, was arrested March 20 for two counts of criminal damage over $50,000, two counts of injuring public records and one count of theft between $1,000 and $5,000.

Deputies were dispatched to Clearwater Pool & Spa at 4001 Highway 190 East Service Road shortly after 6:30 a.m. on November 20, 2017, after Ulfers called to report that the business had been broken into and vandalized sometime during the night. The building was ransacked, with much of the contents destroyed or heavily damaged. source

On March 20, detectives obtained a warrant for Ulfers’ arrest. He was located that afternoon at the company’s warehouse in Lacombe, taken into custody and booked into the St. Tammany Parish Jail.

Ulfers was at one time owner of the business, but had sold it. At the time of the incident, he was employed as a “consultant.”

The investigation is ongoing and additional charges against Ulfers may be forthcoming.

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