Former Kansas City HOA treasurer gets probation for stealing more than $100,000 (MO)

The former treasurer of a Kansas City homeowners association who admitted to stealing more than $100,000 from her HOA has received two years’ probation, an action that angered many residents who sought a more severe punishment.  Loretta A. Lock pleaded guilty in Clay County Circuit Court in August to embezzling from the Charleston Harbor Homes Association. At a hearing last week, Clay County Circuit Judge Shane T. Alexander suspended the imposition of her sentence and placed her on probation.      Read the article……………..


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