In July, contractor Daniel Mace was first accused of taking tens of thousands of dollars for jobs he never completed.
Since July, additional charges have been made as recently as October.
New York State Police confirmed on Wednesday, December 11, Mace is facing several charges.
According to the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office, Mace was arrested on October 10, and charged with third-degree grand larceny for issuing bad checks.
Under the new bail reform, Onondaga County Sheriff’s said he could be released after his arraignment.
Two of the four cases involving Mace resulted in him being arrested for grand larceny in the second and third-degree, which is a Class D felony.
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