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October 22, 2012

Man Accused of Elder Abuse, Scam Appears in Court

By Jess Sullivan
October 20, 2012

FAIRFIELD — A 62-year-old Vacaville man pleaded not guilty Friday to felony theft and elder abuse charges for allegedly scamming an elderly woman out of more than $100,000.
Frank J. Bosnich allegedly pilfered the money in May and June, enticing the victim to give him money with promises that she was a sweepstakes winner and would receive her prize once the money had been used to obtain her winnings, according to the prosecutor handling the case.
Bosnich, who is being held in jail on $50,000 bail, was ordered back to court Oct. 29 for a probable cause hearing.
Authorities believe Bosnich may have victimized others with a similar scam. Anyone with information about the fraud or who may have been the victim of a similar fraud is asked to call Detective Chris Lechuga at 449-5269.

SOURCE:     The Daily Republic

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