Authorities in at the very least two counties are seeking for a Somerset County gentleman on charges that contain accepting a $25,000 down payment for home enhancement on a home in East Wheatfield Township and in no way completing any perform.
Justin Supanick, 44, of Grey, Somerset County, has been billed with a felony beneath the Property Advancement Fraud Act by the Indiana County Detective Bureau.
Detective Michael Schmidt mentioned Supanick, as operator of Supanick Contracting, recognized the payment on Dec. 20, 2020.
Costs have been submitted with Blairsville Magisterial District Judge Robert Steele Bell Sr., on two third-diploma felony counts, a untrue assertion to induce arrangement for residence enhancement companies, and theft by deception using a phony impact.
If he is convicted, Supanick faces up to seven decades in prison, up to a $15,000 fantastic, and payment of restitution to the target.
Supanick also was associated in a civil scenario filed in April in Somerset County, the place Windber Magisterial District Judge William E. Seger ruled for the plaintiff.
On June 6, Seger awarded a Central Town male a default judgment of $12,212.25.
Schmidt reported any individual with know-how of Supanick’s whereabouts can contact the Indiana County District Attorney’s Drug/Crime Tipline at (724) 471-7777, or by submitting a suggestion at the DA’s CrimeWatch www.indianada.org web site.
Schmidt mentioned tips may be made anonymously.
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