Thursday, 3 January 2013

More charges filed against former Erie home-improvement contractor

Deniziak, UN agency is listed in court records as president of Erie-based Deniziak Siding Iraqi National Congress., is suspect of taking deposits from customers for work he was employed to try and do, however did not complete.

Erie police filed the primary set of charges against him in early Gregorian calendar month. the opposite charges are filed since Nov. 30, when Erie police aforesaid Deniziak reportedly closed his business.

Nine of the cases involve unfinished home-improvement comes in Erie.

In the most up-to-date cases, that were filed on Dec. 13, Deniziak is suspect of taking a $2,751 deposit on July twelve for a project he did not do at a residence within the three hundred block of Eagle purpose Boulevard; and a $2,451 deposit on June thirty for a project he did not do at a residence within the 4000 block of Essex Avenue, consistent with the criminal complaints filed by Erie tec David Walker.

Deniziak has not nonetheless been arraigned on the crime charges in those cases.

Deniziak conjointly faces criminal charges filed by Millcreek administrative district police in one case, and filed by state police in 3 alternative cases.

In the state police cases that Deniziak was arraigned on Wednesday, police charge that he took a $5,102 deposit on March one for a project he did not do on national capital Road in urban center Township; and a $2,175 deposit on July thirty one for a project he did not do on North Creek Road in Girard administrative district, consistent with data filed by Trooper Susan Edelmann.

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