An employee of the respected Houston non-profit Project Row Houses has been convicted of theft and sentenced to 10 years in a state penitentiary. Glasstire left messages at PRH today and received no response, but court papers indicate that the employee (who is still listed as a staff member on PRH’s website) pleaded guilty in October to theft in excess of $200,000.
also by Rainey Knudson
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