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Posted on: Mar 21, 2019

From RTV6:

A Noblesville contractor first exposed by Call 6 Investigates in 2018 is now facing a criminal charge for the first time in Indiana in connection with his business practices.

Mark Sellers is accused of taking money from customers in central Indiana and not finishing the work.

Bob and Lisa Dunkel, of Greenfield, wanted a pole barn in their backyard, so they found Sellers on Craigslist and hired him to do the job.

The Dunkels paid Sellers a $4,000 deposit on the pole barn, records show.

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