Caused 89 years of age for stealing money from a young friend with dementia

A 89-year-old woman in Holly Hill has accused her of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from her friend for a lifetime, which is 89 years of age too. Horns was Graves, who turns 90 next month, before Friday's judge shaking her head. of more than $ 253,000 to steal from her childhood friend, Betty Reese.Reese, who was diagnosed with dementia, lived with Graves in a house on Cordova Avenue. According to the report, Graves told the police that she was helping her incapacitated friend and that she had the authority to do what she wanted with Reese because she had been added to those accounts. Pádraig said that they did not receive any documentation to prove Graves' statement. They said that Graves would not explain why large amounts of money were taken from the Reese account. Accounts of Reese went from $ 132,000 in January 2017 to a balance of $ 1,600 in March 2018. Another account fell down from $ 124,000 to $ 686.Graves ing has dementia at her mother too and would not tend to She steals from her friend. The second woman, Sarah Sheldon, has also been accused of fraud. The police said Sheldon had been employed by Graves to live with Reese and take care of her. She is accused of creating Reese checks and illegally using her debit card.

A 89-year-old woman in Knock Hill has accused hundreds of thousands of dollars from stealing her friend for a lifetime, which is also 89.

Frances Graves, who turns 90 next month, stood before a Friday judge shaking her head.

Graves has accused more than $ 253,000 of stealing from her childhood friend, Betty Reese.

Reese, who was diagnosed with dementia, was living with Graves in a house on Cordova Avenue.

According to the report, Graves told the police that she was helping her incapacitated friend and that she had the authority to do what she wanted with Reese because she had been added to these accounts.

The police said they did not receive any documentation to create the statement of Graves. They said that Graves would not explain why large amounts of money were taken from the Reese account.

One of Reese accounts went from $ 132,000 in January 2017 to a balance of $ 1,600 in March 2018.

Another account decreased from $ 124,000 to $ 686.

Graves' daughter said that her mother also had dementia and that she wouldn't have the theft from her friend.

The second woman, Sarah Sheldon, is charged with fraud. The police said Sheldon had been employed by Graves to live with Reese and take care of her. She is accused of creating Reese checks and illegally using her debit card.

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