According to a report from TFC Enrico Milardo of the Haddam Resident Troopers' Office, Andrew Simonow, 27, of 6 West Main Street in East Hampton is facing multiple charges based on his involvement in a case of home improvement fraud.
Police originally began an investigation back in August, after Simonow allegedly entered into an agreement with a Haddam Neck resident, promising to install a residential generator for the home.
The homeowner issued him a down-payment check for approximately $4,000 in exchange for the generator and installation services.
Simonow reportedly cashed the check, but never delivered the generator.
On November 5, Simonow was arrested based on an active warrant and charged with false representation as a home improvement contractor, offering home improvement services without proper registration or licensing and 3rd-degree larceny.
He was then transported to Troop C in Tolland, where an unrelated arrest warrant was served for a similar incident in Mansfield.
Simonow is also facing charges of 2nd-degree larceny and failure to appear in court related to arrests by Glastonbury and Southington police, earlier in the year.
He was released on a $5,000 court-set bond and is scheduled to appear at Middlesex Superior Court in Middletown on November 15 for this most recent arrest.