Condo worker admits stealing (MA)

Grimes told the judge that Medaglia started working for the condo’s management company, Crowninshield Management, in 2012. He was supposed to be working in the common area, but soon, he was offering to do side jobs, like changing light bulbs and unclogging drains, inside the units. He was doing the work while on his employer’s time and charging the residents up to $200.     Read more………


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