MONROE, Conn. -- A Farmington contractor is facing charges of doing work without a license after Monroe police investigated a complaint about a new driveway that started to fall apart shortly after it was installed at a Monroe house, according to the Connecticut Post.
Patrick McCann, 29, owner of Signature Paving and JMP Paving and Masonry, is free after posting $10,000 bond, the Connecticut Post story said. An investigation showed his license expired in 2011, the Connecticut Post reported.
Police said a resident paid a $12,300 deposit on a $16,300 job to install a new driveway, according to the Connecticut Post. A few days after the work was done, the driveway began to crack and buckle, the the Connecticut Post reported.
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