Prosecutors said Goodrich, 54, abused his position as chief financial officer at Curtis Management and stole from the firm in the four years before he was fired in September 2010, Seattlepi.com reported.
Seattle Police said Goodrich's thefts cost the management company $566,000, including investigative expenses.
"We are deeply saddened by this situation," Kelly Curtis of Curtis Management said in a statement issued to Seattlepi.com Tuesday. He also said he is "looking forward to a resolution."
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