Monroe contractor allegedly abandoned job

Full story: Pocono Record

A preliminary arraignment that should have taken less than 5 minutes lasted about 30 minutes because a contractor charged with accepting payment and not finishing the work did not have a valid home address.
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Fraud charges dismissed against repair contractor
Citizenís Voice Published: August 27, 2013
Magisterial District Judge David Barilla of Swoyersville dismissed charges police filed against an Albrightsville man who allegedly didn't finish thousands of dollars of work at a Swoyersville home.
Barilla cleared Lemire Stevenson Brown, 51, of the charges of home improvement fraud and receiving advance payment for services and failing to perform following a preliminary hearing on Thursday.

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