CONNECTICUT: Ex-treasurer accused of stealing $87,000 from Torrington homeowner’s association

THE REGISTER CITIZEN: Ex-treasurer accused of stealing $87,000 from Torrington homeowner’s association
By Esteban L. Hernandez
October 9, 2014

TORRINGTON >> A former president and treasurer of a local homeowner’s association is facing felony larceny charges after the organization said he stole more than $85,000 from their bank account.

Roger Okenquist, 52, of 683 Heron Rd., Torrington, was arrested on Sept. 30 by Torrington police and charged with first-degree larceny after members of the Arbor Ridge Homeowner Association noticed $87,016.81 missing from their bank account last year. Police said he was making withdrawals and writing checks to himself, his company, his wife and his two children.

A police report was first filed in October 2013 by former association president Robert Davis, days after Okenquist resigned from his position as treasurer. Okenquist had also previously served as president of the association.  Read more:

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