In the current issue of the Waterville Valley Town Review newsletter, there is an update on the Stone Property Management case and a heads-up about suspicious activity at a condominium.
Stone Property Management
The Town of Waterville Valley has been getting regular updates about the Stone case from the FBI, and the investigation continues to move forward. According to the Review, “We appreciate the frustration of associations and individuals victimized by this situation and we can assure you that Federal agents are working diligently to complete their work in gathering evidence. The Selectmen have sent a letter to the Assistant US Attorney in an effort to get information on expected timelines for indictments or the next step. The Selectmen will share that information with the community as soon as it becomes available.”
Suspicious Activity at/around Forest Rim Condominiums
The Review noted, “There has been an increase in suspicious activity in the area of Forest Rim Condos over the past few months. The most recent incidents involved a person(s) “squatting” in unoccupied units. Any suspicious activity including; someone who does not look like they “belong” in a particular place, lights on in units where there is not usually lights on, and vehicles that are not normally in the area should be reported to the Waterville Valley Police Department [603-236-8809].”