FLORIDA – Former HOA President Arrested for Grand Theft

TAMARAC TALK: Former HOA President Arrested for Grand Theft
August 11, 2014
By Sharon Aron Baron

A former president of a Tamarac homeowners association has been arrested and charged with grand theft and fraud for stealing up to $200,000 from her community.

Mainlands Seven resident Michelle Changar-Coe, 44, was arrested last Friday after an investigation revealed that she was fraudulently signing officers’ names to checks made out to an alias and creating a fictitious payee where she could funnel funds.

“She was responsible for paying bills,” said former President Arthur Collier. “The treasurer and vice president should have signed off, but she waved them off. The treasurer was extremely busy, and Michelle didn’t give them [checks] to her anyway.  Read more:

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