Florida woman accused of embezzling nearly $600,000 in HOA funds from Winter Springs neighborhood

Article Courtesy of  FOX 35 Orlando

By Deborah Choe

Published August 12, 2023



WINTER SPRINGS - An Oviedo woman is accused of embezzling nearly $600,000 from a Homeowner's Association she was helping.

On August 2, 2022, the Winter Springs Police Department was contacted by the Homeowner's Association for Mt. Greenwood and The Vineyards at Mt. Greenwood about a possible grand theft case.

Tammi Morrison of Morrison Management LLC is accused of embezzling over $590,000 to pay for rent, car repairs, credit card purchases and to give to family. She was the owner of the property management company for the HOA.

Winter Springs Police said this case was an eight months-long investigation.

Homeowners within the HOA were fuming when they caught wind of the news.

"How could somebody that's supposed to be a responsible property manager come in and just clean out over 600 thousand dollars," Theresa Fisher said. "It's really disappointing that someone would take that money and use it for personal stuff. Dentist visits, giving it to her family, having a good ole time with our money."

A Winter Springs property manager allegedly stole half a million dollars of HOA money from the neighborhood.


Morrison is no longer the property manager.