Apartment manager caught on tape stealing from tenants

Two tenants living at a Coon Rapids apartment building may be facing eviction after they caught their property manager stealing from their home. The video shows Robin Marie Johnson sifting through their belongings. Johnson later pleaded guilty in court to the crime, but the tenants that complained now face eviction.
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Two tenants living at a Coon Rapids apartment building may be facing eviction after they caught their property manager stealing from their home.

In the spring, KSTP reports Chelsea Schneider noticed she was missing prescription medicine. Schneider initially suspected her roommate, Nick Buelow, but later set up a hidden camera.

The video shows their apartment manager Robin Marie Johnson sifting through their belongings. Johnson later pleaded guilty in court to the crime, but the tenants that complained now face eviction.

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