State police say David Michel, who was doing business as Appearance Concrete, allegedly did not order any material, did not complete any work, and refused to return the more than $45K deposit to the Canandaigua homeowner.

An Onondaga County man is facing charges after he allegedly did not complete a landscaping project for a Canandaigua homeowner after receiving money to do so.

Twenty-two-year-old David Michel, of Liverpool, was arrested and charged Tuesday with grand larceny after he was given three checks totaling $45,322 as an advance for material by the homeowner at the beginning of May.

Michel, who was doing business as Appearance Concrete, allegedly did not order any material, did not complete any work, and refused to return the deposit to the Canandaigua homeowner.

Michel is being held in the Ontario County Jail with bail set at $2,500.