Federal court documents show she started her scheme in 2014. Outlaw “requested tenants of Lucas Hunt to submit all rent payments to her and to make all money orders payable to her.” She’d then deposit the money orders into her personal bank and use the money for her own personal benefit “and proceed to evict tenants from Lucas Hunt while knowing she had actually stolen these tenants rent payments and that these tenants had indeed paid their rent in full and in a timely manner.”
Fox 2 News discovered Outlaw was sued in the City of St. Louis last year for not paying her own rent. Rent-A-Center also sued her in 2015 for not paying for her leased furniture.
She’s going to go where she deserves, and thankfully, the Feds are prosecuting, which far decreases the odds of a Bronx jury screwing things up. However, I also have to put this in the file of “If God did not want them to be sheared, He would not have made them sheep.” The tenants who are victims must be dumb as rocks. Not a one of them got suspicious when someone who openly identifies herself as an employee of the property management firm that maintains these apartments and interacts with tenants, and not the actual individual or corporate owner of the real estate and edifices (the actual landlord(s)), asks them not only to pay rent in money orders, (money orders are often a distinguishing characteristic of criminal conspiracy, because it’s extremely difficult for the cops to put together a paper trail out of them), but write them out payable to her as an individual? The first tenant to whom she made this demand should have called McCulloch’s office. They would have tracked down the actual landlord(s), and from there, the tree would have been shaken until she got fired.
One more thing: If you follow the main drag where these apartments are, take it north, go to the first major stoplight, then turn a left, and follow that for a short distance and then down a hill, guess where you are.