LIVINGSTON COUNTY — Local Conman Douglas Shanley thought he had bought some free time after posting his bail, but had the carpet pulled out from his feet as he was immediately rearrested for additional charges.
According to a press release from Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, Shanley was bonded out of jail and immediately taken back into custody by the Sheriff’s Office Road Patrol on a Local Criminal Court Warrant out of the Mount Morris Town Court.
The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office extradited 37 year old Douglas Shanley from Lebanon, Tennessee last Friday on a Superior Court Warrant based on charges related to Shanley’s construction business.
“This warrant alleges that Shanley had passed two bad checks, totaling $855, to a subject in the Town of Mount Morris back in December of 2012,” said Livingston County Sheriff Thomas Dougherty in a press release. “Shanley was arraigned in the Mount Morris Town Court today and remanded back to the custody of the Sheriff, in lieu of bail.
Investigator Bradley Schneider and Deputy Ryan Swanson handled Shanley’s rearrest.
Sheriff Dougherty advises that anyone who feels that they may have been a victim of Shanley’s bad contractor deals to contact the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office at 243-7100 or call your local authorities by dialing 911.