Authorities in at least two counties are hunting for a Somerset County male on fees that contain accepting a $25,000 down payment for household improvement on a home in East Wheatfield Township and by no means finishing any perform.
Justin Supanick, 44, of Gray, Somerset County, has been billed with a felony less than the Household Advancement Fraud Act by the Indiana County Detective Bureau.
Detective Michael Schmidt claimed Supanick, as operator of Supanick Contracting, acknowledged the payment on Dec. 20, 2020.
Prices have been filed with Blairsville Magisterial District Judge Robert Steele Bell Sr., on two 3rd-degree felony counts, a bogus assertion to induce arrangement for household improvement services, and theft by deception using a fake perception.
If he is convicted, Supanick faces up to seven a long time in jail, up to a $15,000 good, and payment of restitution to the target.
Supanick also was associated in a civil scenario submitted in April in Somerset County, the place Windber Magisterial District Decide William E. Seger dominated for the plaintiff.
On June 6, Seger awarded a Central Metropolis guy a default judgment of $12,212.25.
Schmidt stated any individual with awareness of Supanick’s whereabouts can call the Indiana County District Attorney’s Drug/Criminal offense Tipline at (724) 471-7777, or by submitting a idea at the DA’s CrimeWatch www.indianada.org web page.
Schmidt mentioned ideas may be created anonymously.
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