POSTED: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 - 11:33am
UPDATED: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 - 11:35am
EL PASO - A man wanted for allegedly taking thousands from home repair clients surrenders within 24 hours of being profiled on Manhunt Monday.
Victor Natera, 36, surrendered to Sheriff's Officials Tuesday morning and was booked into the El Paso County Detention Facility on charges of deceptive trade practices.
In recent months, Natera's name surfaced several times throughout the El Paso area as an individual scheming several victims out of money after being hired for home repairs that never get completed. Natera has also been accused of not paying employees for work done and using other peoples information to obtain credit for supplies where as a result. In many cases, police said innocent victims are billed for the items.
Natera was hired by victims as the owner of J&B or J&V Construction or “REMODELACION EN GENERAL” in which he had previously published the business in a local newspaper.
Natera is Manhunt Monday's 110th capture out of the 161 suspects profiled.