SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) -- A former New Mexico homebuilder facing charges of embezzlement and fraud has been arrested in Massachusetts.
The Santa Fe New Mexican (http://bit.ly/16zaURV ) reports that 68-year-old William Kalinowski is being held in the Plymouth County Correctional Facility after being arrested at his home in Duxbury.
A state District judge in Santa Fe on Monday issued a bench warrant for Kalinowski after he did not appear at an arraignment.
Judge Stephen Pfeffer refused to accept a waiver that Kalinowski filed to not appear.
Kalinowski left Santa Fe in 2008 owing millions of dollars to investors, subcontractors and banks and with about a dozen homes unfinished.
He was indicted in September.
Kalinowski has claimed he didn't intend to defraud anyone and was a victim of the tanking real estate market.