and Video Courtesy of Channel 9 -- Orlando
March 2, 2013
KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Kissimmee police said a thief now
has the bank account information for thousands of people who belong to a
Rosario said he is worried after Brown told him that
police said someone stole a computer server that
contained homeowners' names, bank accounts and routing
numbers from Florida Association Management.
Rosario said he knows just how many problems identity
theft can bring. He said he was a victim of it 13 years
"I had a warrant out for my arrest and everything
from someone who stole my identity. I had to clear that
up, it took months," said Rosario.
According to a police report, the owner of the
homeowner's association management company discovered
the server was missing when she could not connect to it
A detective wrote that there were no signs of a break
in, and that the thief may have a key.
The business owner told police that she found the front
door of her business unlocked when she arrived at work
three times in less than a month.
The management business would not speak with Brown about
"It's sickening. I don't think the association is
doing its job," said homeowner Ralph Solis.
Florida Association Management released the following
statement Thursday evening:
On behalf of Florida Association Management:
Florida Association Management is a property management
company that has been established and successfully
serving homeowner associations across central Florida
for many years. Recently we were the victim of a
burglary. Florida Association Management immediately
notified law enforcement to hopefully help capture the
person or persons involved with the crime. In addition
we have notified and are working with the boards of each
Association that we serve. We want to ensure each
homeowner that we are available to answer any question
that they may have as timely as possible. Any future
question from the media should be directed to Lippman
Law Offices at 407-648-4213.