More than $300,000 in homeowner association funds for a swimming pool that was never built are at the center of a criminal case filed against two men with ties to the city of Windcrest.
Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood said Robert Colunga and Tom Pittman were indicted by a grand jury in April on the first-degree felony charges. Although a civil lawsuit is pending in the project, LaHood said he believes a criminal case also is warranted against the two men, and possibly others, the case involving plans for a pool to be built in San Antonio’s Stone Oak area.
Colunga, 51, is the former president of the Champion Springs Homeowner Association in Stone Oak, on San Antonio’s North Side, about eight miles northwest of Windcrest, where he has been the executive director of the Windcrest Economic Development Corp. since 2013.
Pittman, 59, has worked as a consultant in Windcrest, managing projects there in recent years.