Former Tidewater Property Management employee receives no jail time for $55,000-theft scheme (MD)

A former Tidewater Property Management employee was given a 10-year, fully-suspended prison sentence Wednesday morning after pleading guilty in April in stealing over $55,000 from individual homeowners and the Wyndham Condominium Association.  Donald Eugene Henderson III, of Pasadena, pleaded guilty to one count of theft scheme between $10,000 and $100,000. On Sept. 7, Howard County Circuit Court Judge Mary Kramer placed Henderson on three years of supervised probation.    Read the article…………..


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