Man arrested on home improvement violations

Brian Curylo makes in appearance in court, Sept. 201.
Brian Curylo makes in appearance in court, Sept. 201.

BRISTOL, Conn. (WTNH) — Police in Bristol have arrested a man for a handful of home improvement violations.

Brian Curylo had been the focus of a police investigation weeks prior for fraudulently soliciting elderly people to provide home repairs.

On Monday, officers were dispatched to Geary Avenue because of a report that Curylo was working on a driveway.

When they arrived Curylo was charged with offering home improvement without a license and failure to provide notice of cancellation of rights along with several other charges.

He’ll be in court later this month.


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