Misuse of Power of Attorney

VICTIM 3 had signed a Power of Attorney form to give Williams authority to rent out his condo. After a dispute with his own client, a third-party witness, VICTIM 2, testifies that Williams claimed that the Power of Attorney gave him virtually unlimited authority over the property, and Williams then smashed the door of the unit to gain entry, trashed and gutted the apartment, removing the kitchen cabinets, kitchen countertops, stove, refrigerator, toilet, and bathroom vanity. When VICTIM 3 discovered the damage and theft, he revoked William’s Power of Attorney and publicly posted that revocation at the unit.

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