Twin Falls man accused of stealing $20K from homeowners association (ID)

A Twin Falls man is being accused of stealing more than $20,000 from a mobile homeowners association in the form of overcompensation.  Eddy D. Packham, 55, posted bond on Monday and had a walk-in arraignment Thursday on a felony theft charge for unauthorized use of funds allegedly used for overpayment, paying personal bills and credit card debts.  According to court documents, in August 2013 Packham was elected as president of a homeowners association and was paid $200 per month to fulfill the duties.    Read the article…….


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