Trial set for heads of Haverhill company (MA)

Two executives of a Haverhill-based property management company charged with stealing from condo associations in the region will go to trial in March, according to the Essex District Attorney’s Office.  Andrew Raynor, 37, of Dover, N.H., and Matthew Dykeman, 51, of Salem were in court Monday for a pretrial conference on charges alleging they stole almost $100,000 by sending several condo associations false invoices for work that was not performed.   Read the article…………


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