Condo manager who stole from residents, hoarded items sentenced to 18 months

A former condominium complex manager charged with stealing and hoarding thousands of dollars in electronics and jewelry, as well as odd items such as toilet paper and pool supplies, was sentenced to 18 months in prison Tuesday.

Robert Adamczewski, 65, who worked as a manager of Meridian Club Condominium, pleaded no contest in February to six charges of burglary, theft and dealing in stolen property. His sentencing, which included eight years of probation and a psychiatric evaluation, had been delayed for health reasons.

Adamczewski, who said after his arrest he has obsessive compulsive disorder, was found by Naples police with hundreds of items organized in bins throughout his garage. The goods included everything from jewelry to tissues to cans of insect killer to massive amounts of pornography. Detectives described Adamczewski as a hoarder.

Adamczewski was linked to at least eight burglaries at the time of his arrest. He also pawned several pieces of expensive jewelry, officers said.

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