Man accused in Fort Bend HOA investigation also works with Pearland, League City clients
A property manager charged with making illegal transfers from a Katy-area homeowners' association's bank account also works with HOAs as far away as Pearland and League City, according to the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office.
Taggert Mayfield, 32, of Richmond, was arrested Wednesday after the Avalon at Seven Meadows HOA accused him of transferring a total of $85,000 from its bank account to another. Mayfield is currently on probation for a conviction on similar charges in a 2009 case, and Fort Bend County investigators expect to charge him in other potentially illegal account transfers.
Mayfield's company, Arrow Community Management, contracts with about 15 HOAs to provide management services, Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Bob Haenel said. Many of those are in the Katy and Richmond areas, but "they're kind of all over," including at least one in League City and one in Pearland.
Pearland police have not received any complaints about Taggert, Pearland Police Department spokesperson Lt. Onesimo Lopez said.
The Clear Landing HOA in League City and the Sunset Meadows HOA in Pearland and Friendswood list Arrow as their management companies on their websites.
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