According to an arrest report dated Nov. 23, Glynda Anne Jones, 45, was served a warrant for exploitation of an elderly person or disabled adult less than $20,000.
The victim, reported as being in her 80s and who lived alone, and Jones were friends for several years. The victim is also suffering from some dementia. Jones was granted comprehensive power of attorney in December of 2006, and assisted the victim in her daily activities, the report said.
An investigation started when a bill was reported to be several months in arrears and it was discovered that Jones "had used over $1,000 for her own purposes not related to Paul's care."
The report states that the victim's bank records show that Jones also allegedly paid herself $62,700 in multiple cash transactions from three of the victim's accounts over the last year.
Additionally, the investigation revealed that $60,077 was paid out on behalf of Jones to her own or other's benefits starting in March of 2007.
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Sebring Woman Charged With Exploitation of the Elderly