Management company owner sentenced to federal prison for stealing from homeowner associations (MD)

William Kyndall Francis built his property management business from his basement, growing it to 100 employees before being caught stealing from clients.  Francis, 39, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Baltimore on Tuesday to 42 months in federal prison for wire fraud after taking money from at least 51 homeowner and condominium associations, which had hired his firm to provide financial and property services.


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