Police, Wake DA to HOA leaders: Be patient, get lawyers (NC)

awyers and police counseled patience Thursday night before a crowd of homeowners association leaders gathered to hear an update on an investigation into money that was discovered missing after the management company that ran the associations closed suddenly.  Garner Chief of Police Brandon Zuidema told the crowd of about 50 people that his officers have made the case a top priority. They are working with auditors from the State Bureau of Investigation to rebuild financial records for the 28 homeowners associations – most of them in the Garner area – that have come forward with complaints.      Read the article……………


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