N4T Investigators: Former HOA accountant pleads guilty

A former bookkeeper for a homeowners association pleaded guilty today to using the HOA’s money as his personal piggy bank.  The plea deal was announced in Pima County Superior Court. Former HOA accountant Joshua Bonillas changed his plea from not guilty, admitted he stole $45,000 from the HOA to pay his bills, and agreed to pay it back.   Read the article……..


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