Tucson Police financial crimes detectives have finished their investigation into a local Home Owner's Association.
Detectives started looking into Cuernavaca Villas' HOA soon after a News 4 Tucson Investigation.
Residents living in the community told News 4 they feared that potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars had gone missing.
"The pool kept getting shut down, the power was turned off, the landscaping wasn't being kept up, we wanted to know what was going on," said one resident.
After a nearly month long investigation though, Tucson Police found no evidence a crime occurred.
In an email to residents police say that starting in 2012 the HOA was barely meeting expenses.
"At this point, the past due bills are not in arrears by years, but maybe a month or two. This implies that the bills, for the most part, were being paid. Also of interest is the fact that even historically, your HOA revenues were marginally able to meet expenses, which stopped being the case in 2012, according to the Profit and Loss statement provided by your former HOA management," said the email.