Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Florida Woman Charged As Part Of Investigation Into Condo Embezzlement Scheme That Could Reach As Much As $4 Million
Stacey Herrin Snopek Tuck, 35, of North Port, Florida, has been charged on felony counts of Scheme to Defraud and Grand Theft in connection with the alleged misappropriation of more than $100,000 from Chelsea House, a condominium association she had been hired to manage. According to authorities, Herrin-Tuck was employed as a Community Association Manager for Star Hospitality Management, Inc., the management company hired to run the condominium complex known as Charlotte Square, which includes a total of 10 condo associations. Authorities are investigating embezzlement schemes that could total $4 million from all of the associations. The investigation is ongoing into the other possibly related cases. Herrin-Tuck is believed to have started misappropriating association funds in June 2006 and continued until September 2008.