BY DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
FREEPORT – At the start of her trial yesterday, former real estate agent Daisymae Johnson pleaded guilty in the Supreme to 10 counts of stealing by reason of service.
Johnson, owner of Gibraltar Realty Company, was accused of stealing money from persons who had made deposits on homes.
Nassau Attorney Elliot Lockhart represented Johnson, who accepted a plea offer from the prosecution.
Prosecutor Darell Taylor, of the Attorney General’s Office, appeared on behalf of the Crown.
Senior Justice Hartman Longley adjourned the matter to September 20, when Johnson is expected to return to court.