California Pair Allegedly Conned Elderly Woman in a Financial Elder Abuse Case

A California duo allegedly committed financial elder abuse by swindling an elderly mentally ill woman out of thousands of dollars. The defendants are a couple who reside in Riverside County. They allegedly befriended the elderly mentally ill woman and talked her into giving them money and goods. California elder abuse attorneys remind senior citizens that strangers who suddenly take an interest in your finances are not to be trusted.

The defendants in this case were arrested at their Lake Elsinore home. At the home, Ontario police found large quantities of furniture. The furniture was allegedly purchased with the senior citizens credit cards. Detectives claim that the couple convinced the senior citizen victim to open several credit card accounts, which were used to purchase the furniture. The furniture purchases added up to more than $36,000 dollars. California elder abuse attorneys say that families should keep an eye on senior family members to make sure they are not being conned.

In this case, the defendants allegedly also persuaded the senior citizen victim to withdraw $10,000 from her bank account. The elderly victim gave the money to the defendants and one of them allegedly spent the money at a Los Angeles area casino. The defendants were booked on suspicion of burglary, grand theft, financial elder abuse, and other felonies. Police are concerned that the defendants may have defrauded other elderly victims. California elder abuse attorneys say that financial elder abuse is on the rise nationwide.

Evans Law Firm, Inc. handles elder abuse, financial elder abuse, physical elder abuse, annuity fraud, consumer fraud class actions, insurance and banking fraud cases. If you think that you have witnessed or are the victim of elder abuse, or financial fraud then contact Evans Law Firm, Inc. at 415-441-8669 for a free and confidential consultation, or email us at

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