Contractor wanted in Primera turns himself in, out on bond
A Rio Grande Valley contractor wanted in Primera turned himself in to police and is now out on bond.
Joseph Nicolas Green, 40, showed up to the Primera Police Department on Wednesday morning. He was charged with theft.
Green was released on a $30,000 bond.
CHANNEL 5 NEWS reported about Green in February when a Daris Shoffield hired him with Red Door Custom Carpentry to remodel her home.
After paying $30,000, Green left the home unfinished with electrical wires exposed throughout the home.
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