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AG suing York County home improvement company

Written by Ben Allen, General Assignment Reporter | May 12, 2015 2:23 AM
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(York) -- State Attorney General Kathleen Kane is suing a York County home improvement company and its owner for allegedly taking money without completing a job.

According to the lawsuit, National Barn Company and Lowell Thomas II received payments for contracts to build pole barns but didn't do the work.

Thomas also allegedly accused customers of breach of contract when he didn't complete the work.

The Attorney General's asking for a $1,000 fine for each incident, and $3,000 each if the victim was 60 years of age or older.

Twenty seven complaints have been received by Kane's office.

The case is pending in York County court.

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