Charges dropped in alleged condo fraud (FL)

The 12th Circuit State Attorney Office has abandoned fraud charges against a former president and treasurer of a three-unit condo association in Bradenton Beach.  Formal charges were filed in May against Alyson and Javier Colosia for allegedly defrauding the Gulf Reach Condominium Association of more than $50,000 between 2009-15 after an investigation by Bradenton Beach police.    Read the article……………


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