CALIFORNIA – Indio police investigating $110K in ‘financial discrepancies’ at Sun City retirement community

Desert Sun:  Indio police investigating $110K in ‘financial discrepancies’ at Sun City retirement community
Amy DiPierro and Alena Maschke
October 25, 2017
The Indio Police Department is investigating a tip from a massive Indio retirement community after its management company found “financial discrepancies” of $110,000 that they said were connected to a former employee.Sun City Shadow Hills in Indio is a 3,450-home development for people ages 55 and over, known for its golf courses, fitness facilities and clubs. It has a volunteer board of directors that runs its homeowners association, a nonprofit organization that residents join when they buy property in the community. But the complex is operated day-to-day by Associa, a for-profit management company that oversees 9,000 properties in North America.In August, Associa informed the Sun City complex’s board of directors that an internal audit had turned up a “financial discrepancy” in accounting records. The board turned over the final report to Indio police earlier this month, according to an email the board sent to homeowners on Oct. 18.  Read more:

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