PCSD: HOA treasurer admits to stealing $180,000 (AZ)

The treasurer for Canoa Seca Estates II walked into the Green Valley substation of the Pima County Sheriff’s Department on Thursday afternoon and told deputies he was guilty of stealing $180,000 from the homeowners association, according to a PCSD spokesman.  Wendell Odean Byram, 79, was booked into the Pima County Detention Center on a single count of theft, Lt. Eric Johnson said.  Bill Copeland, the HOA’s incoming president, said he went to Chase Bank with past-president Carl Schuster on Thursday to be added to the bank account. While they were there, they realized the account balance “didn’t ring true,” Copeland said.    Read the article………….


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