Shawmut Properties of Haverhill guilty of stealing money from condo associations

Almost a year and a half after their indictment by an Essex grand jury, two executives of a Haverhill-based property management company pleaded no contest to stealing from several condominium associations.   Andrew Raynor and Matthew Dykeman of Shawmut Properties changed their pleas from not guilty in Salem Superior Court Wednesday on charges of stealing over $100,000 from condo developments in Lawrence and Marblehead, as well as Bedford and Rochester, New Hampshire.  Judge Thomas Drechsler sentenced the two men to two years of probation and ordered them to pay $20,000 in restitution to victims.      Read the article……………


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