Authorities in at least two counties are on the lookout for a Somerset County male on rates that include things like accepting a $25,000 down payment for house improvement on a home in East Wheatfield Township and never ever finishing any function.
Justin Supanick, 44, of Grey, Somerset County, has been charged with a felony below the Dwelling Improvement Fraud Act by the Indiana County Detective Bureau.
Detective Michael Schmidt claimed Supanick, as owner of Supanick Contracting, acknowledged the payment on Dec. 20, 2020.
Charges have been filed with Blairsville Magisterial District Decide Robert Steele Bell Sr., on two third-diploma felony counts, a wrong assertion to induce arrangement for house enhancement solutions, and theft by deception making use of a fake impression.
If he is convicted, Supanick faces up to seven many years in jail, up to a $15,000 fine, and payment of restitution to the victim.
Supanick also was involved in a civil situation submitted in April in Somerset County, exactly where Windber Magisterial District Judge William E. Seger ruled for the plaintiff.
On June 6, Seger awarded a Central City man a default judgment of $12,212.25.
Schmidt explained any individual with knowledge of Supanick’s whereabouts can make contact with the Indiana County District Attorney’s Drug/Crime Tipline at (724) 471-7777, or by distributing a tip at the DA’s CrimeWatch www.indianada.org web-site.
Schmidt said guidelines may possibly be built anonymously.
The website also delivers more information about dwelling advancement fraud, and people can indication up for notifications about arrests, considerable incidents and community occasions.