A Contractor From Michigan Is Being Charged With Fraud And Fake Pretenses

A general contractor from Grand Rapids has been charged with using pretenses and committing fraud in connection with projects that were carried out in the counties of Kent and Leelanau. These offenses were committed in connection with the projects. A general contractor with headquarters in Grand Rapids was the target of the charges that were brought against him.

After the conclusion of an inquiry that was prompted by a complaint from victims in Georgia, David Jenkins, who is 23 years old, was taken into custody during the investigation. At the same time, the victims initiated the investigation.

The individuals said that they had paid Jenkins $800,000 to build a house in Leelanau County; however, they later discovered that the building had been halted as a result of the allegations.

Jenkins’s lack of sufficient financial resources led to the occurrence of this predicament, which was brought about by the fact that he was unable to pay any of the local subcontractors.

Additionally, two additional charges of a similar nature have been brought forward against Jenkins in the county of Leelanau. Both of these allegations are of the same nature.

The Leelanau County Sheriff’s Office is searching for anyone who may have information on Jenkins Estates, Ltd. and is requesting that they come in touch with them. At this point in time, the investigation is still being carried out.

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