Leominster condo association treasurer, son accused of thefts (MA)

A 78-year-old Leominster woman and her son pleaded not guilty Friday to charges of stealing more than $180,000 from a condominium association in Leominster.  Judith R. Remy and her 56-year-old son, Raymond R. Remy Jr., were each arraigned Friday morning in Worcester Superior Court on six counts of larceny of more than $250 in connection with what the prosecution alleges was the theft of $183,704 from the Pickwick Manor Condominium Association over a six-year period beginning in 2010. Ms. Remy took over as acting treasurer for the association after her husband, Raymond R. Remy Sr., suffered a stroke and was unable to continue serving as treasurer, according to Assistant District Attorney John A. O’Leary.     Read the article…………


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