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Home Contractor Arrested in Glastonbury

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    Santo Bazzano is accused of taking money from someone who hired him to do a kitchen remodel, but not actually doing the work.

    Glastonbury police have arrested a man accused of taking on a client for a kitchen remodel was he was not licensed to do, then walking out on the project after collecting a $3,000 deposit. 

    Police receive a complaint from a Glastonbury resident on Sept. 2 who said Santo Bazzano, 47, of Hartford, offered to remodel the kitchen at the person’s son's house over the summer, took a $3,100 deposit, but never completed the project, police said.

    As officers investigated, they found out that Bazzano did not have a proper license to make the improvements, police said.

    Bazzano was charged with making home improvements without current license, according to police. Bond was set at $1,000 and he is due to appear in court in Manchester on Nov. 26.