GEORGIA – Property manager accused of stealing $180K from HOAs

WSB-TV.COM: Property manager accused of stealing $180K from HOAs
By Mike Petchenik
October 21, 2014


A Chamblee property management company owner is accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars from homeowner’s associations. So far, police in Dunwoody and Chamblee tell Channel 2 Action News reporter Mike Petchenik they’ve filed charges against Michael Sisson, and they say more charges are possible. Darwin Johnson told Petchenik his Midtown condo association hired Sisson a few years ago to manage their property near Piedmont Park.

“His primary responsibility was to take care of the building, respond to resident concerns, pay vendors, grounds keeping,” Johnson told Petchenik. “You write your check every month, you trust that the building’s going to be taken care of, vendors are going to be paid.”  Read more:

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