A Utica man has been found guilty of two counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument and one count of criminal impersonation.

The Oneida County District Attorney's Office says 36-year old Christoper Gordon presented himself as a representative of a local construction company in order to obtain a contract to perform renovations at a local business.

The DA's Office says Gordon possessed a forged invoice from a building supply company and as a result, the local business paid Gordon for materials that were never ordered or received.

The charges stem from incidents that happened in January and February of last year.

Gordon will be sentenced on May 10th.