HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - UPDATE- Floerke turned herself in Monday and is now out on bail.
It's a laundry list of expensive items Toni Floerke allegedly bought with other people's money:
$27,800 for Ala Moana gift certificates,
$20,900 for Koa furniture for her home,
$7,786.41 for granite counters for her home.
And the list goes on and on: new tires, private music lessons for a friend, and a new concrete driveway for another friend.
According to the Honolulu Prosecutor's Office, the former CEO of Certified Hawaii, now known as Associa Hawaii, spent $126,966.78 that she stole from the Kekuilani Villas Association of Apartment Owners, the Aeloa Terrace Association, both in Kapolei, and the Kulana Knolls Association in Kunia.
She was fired in 2012.
Thursday, the Prosecutor's Office announced 14 felony theft charges against Floerke. The current CEO of Associa Hawaii says they reported the case to police two years ago.
In a statement to Hawaii News Now, Jon McKenna says his company worked with investigators and are encouraged by the new developments. Associa Hawaii did repay all the associations.
"We have never experienced something of this nature," says Prim Nakamoto, President of the Kulana Knolls Association.
She says they stayed with the company despite the controversy, "Whatever that has happened, it was acknowledged and everyone did what they needed to do. That's what makes us satisfied."
Floerke has not been arrested but is expected to turn herself in soon.