July 23, 2024


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Man charged for $24k incomplete home improvement work

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BLAIR COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ)– A Martinsburg guy faces felony and misdemeanor theft costs following he allegedly was compensated just about $24k for different dwelling advancement projects but hardly ever concluded any work.

State police reported that David Snyder, 40, was paid out a whole of $23,755 for aspect of the labor he did on some household enhancement assignments at two distinct homes, both of those owned by the sufferer, but he in no way completed his perform that commenced in April 2019.

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In accordance to an affidavit, 1 of the houses situated at the 300 block of Coventry Courtroom in Hollidaysburg Snyder was meant to put in a pellet stove for $2,970.12 in the basement. He then returned it and got a diverse pellet stove but it never ever showed up at the property.

State police said that at a diverse property positioned at the 100 block of Harshbarger Highway in Hollidaysburg Snyder was paid for lawn do the job but stated about possessing to take out trees ahead of these kinds of perform could be completed. An exterior vendor was hired by Snyder but the sufferer located out he only compensated them half when she observed that the trees had been not removed from the property.

Snyder is at this time confined in Blair County Prison awaiting trial on preceding costs with new bail set at $75,000.

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