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December 30, 2008

Elder Abuse: Carers Stole from 92 year-old (Ca. USA)

Caregiver Suspected of Theft & Elder Abuse

12/31/2008

SAN DIEGO - A caregiver is suspected of stealing thousands of dollars from an elderly victim.

"Raymond George Wilkins stole $13,000 in cash and Krugerrand gold coins from a 92-year-old victim," according to San Diego County Crime Stoppers.

Investigators think the theft happened in the first half of October. The 34-year-old Wilkins "was living with the victim and acting as a temporary caregiver at the time of the theft," according to police.
They say Wilkins is an avid surfer who is known to hang out in Pacific Beach. But investigators also say they think Wilkins purchased a one-way ticket to Oahu, Hawaii.

SOURCE: San Diego06
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1 comment:

ElaineRenoire said...

Here's the question looming? What happens to the victim now?

What generally happens is the victim is re-victimized by the system claiming to be protecting him/her via an unlawful and/or abusive guardianship.

For more information, visit NASGA at www.StopGuardianAbuse.org.

Forewarned is forearmed!
Yours,
Elaine Renoire
NASGA

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