Sioux Falls helpful man indicted on costs he did not pay subcontractors

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A Sioux Falls handyman has been criminally charged after a number of subcontractors say they weren’t paid for companies they supplied him. 

Daniel John Hagen was indicted by a Minnehaha County grand jury this week on three costs of misappropriation of funds by a contractor and grand theft. 

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A Hartford couple contracted Hagen’s enterprise, Dan the Handyman, over the summer season months of 2018 to finish a pole barn at a value of about $25,300, in response to an affidavit in assist of an arrest warrant. The couple had given him three separate checks over three months, in response to the affidavit. 

The couple discovered that Hagen hadn’t been paying the subcontractors he employed to do the job, in response to the affidavit. The subcontractors had put mechanical liens on the couple’s dwelling. They reported it to regulation enforcement in November 2018. 

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Legislation enforcement spoke with Hagen in January. When he took the job in Hartford, he owed cash on different jobs, in response to the affidavit, and had been utilizing that cash to pay for different jobs’ earlier charges. 

Hagen is concerned in different civil fits and owes over $50,000 for different jobs achieved or jobs he was paid for and by no means accomplished in 2018, in response to the affidavit.

Electronic mail reporter Danielle Ferguson at dbferguson@argusleader.com, or observe on Twitter at @DaniFergs.

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