Police execute search warrants in HOA case (NC)

Police detectives took 14 file cabinets containing legal documents, 55 boxes of files and computer memory from seven machines on Aug. 11 after searching the office of the management company that 11 homeowners associations claim stole their money, documents showed.  That number of complainants has since increased to 25 homeowners associations managed by Kornerstone Community Management, a Garner-based company, which has been the target of the investigation.    Read the article………….


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