The Fairfax County Police Department is conducting an investigation into the Lake Anne Condominium Association.
A police spokesperson told Reston Now that the police department cannot provide any further information on the investigation because it is an ongoing case.
“We have received a report and currently we do have an investigation,” said police spokesperson Erica Webb.
Sources who are aware of the investigation told Reston Now that the review concerns the board’s past financial transactions and does not involve the board’s current operations. The investigation is not directed at any one individual, sources said.
On Feb. 18, The Connection published an opinion piece by John Lovaas on the subject.
In late 2019, three new board members were elected to the five-member body. Those members — including new president Senzel Schaefer — said there were committed to improving financial management practices and prioritizing maintenance and repairs to the Lake Anne Village Center.
Schaefer said that the association is complying with law enforcement requests for the results of an operational audit the board launched last month.
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