SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Authorities say they have busted more than a dozen unlicensed contractors during a two-day sting at a home in Rosemont.

The Contractors State License Board teamed up with the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office for the sting. Posing as the owners of a three-bedroom home in Rosemont, undercover officers invited suspected unlicensed contractors to place bids on some home improvement work.

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From Nov. 6-7, several unlicensed contractors showed up and gave bids on landscaping, drywall installation, door, floor, demolition and fencing work.

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In total, the sting netted 17 unlicensed contractors.

The alleged unlicensed contractors all face penalties of up to six months in jail and/or a fine of up to $5,000, if they’re convicted.

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