CEO Accused of Stealing Signs for Southlake Development Arrested

A credit union CEO was arrested after he was accused of stealing marketing signs from a Southlake builder whose development he opposes, KDFW-TV (Channel 4) reported. After signs for one of homebuilder Kosse Maykus' custom home developments disappeared, Maykus bought a game camera and set it up.The footage reportedly showed 46-year-old Brent Sheffield, CEO and president of Advancial Federal Credit Union, taking signs from two locations, KDFW reported. "A president of a multibillion-dollar corporation literally getting up on Saturday mornings hunting my signs and stealing them — that's at a level I have never expected," Maykus told the station. "I'm 60 years old, and I've never expected that in my whole career."Sheffield confessed to taking three signs Nov. 12 and four more in the last couple of months, according to an arrest warrant affidavit obtained by the station. He was arrested and charged with theft. He has not returned the station's request for comment. Sheffield lives not far from the planned development near Kimball Avenue, State Highway 114 and Shady Lane. He was one of more than 100 people who signed a petition opposing the development, KDFW reported. Maykus plans to build 15 homes on one-acre lots. The homes will start at $1.3 million, according to the development's site.   Continue reading...

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