Charges accuse couple of stealing nearly $1.3M from HOAs (AZ)

The former head of a Phoenix-area property management company and his wife face federal charges accusing them of stealing nearly $1.3 million from bank accounts of homeowners associations which were clients.  Harlow and Nancy White haven’t yet entered pleas to a September indictment charging them with conspiracy to commit money laundering and transactional money laundering, and defense attorney Timothy Collier didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment on the allegations.    Read the article………….

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