Monday, August 1, 2016

$89K recovered in dependent adult exploitation case

DES MOINES, Iowa —The Polk County Attorney's Office reported Friday that $89,400 has been recovered in an adult financial exploitation case.

Officials said the person charged in the case pleaded guilty to dependent adult abuse financial exploitation, received a deferred judgment, and was placed on probation.

The effort was accomplished jointly by the Department of Human Services, the Polk County Sheriff’s Department, and the Polk County Attorney's Office.

In Iowa, a person that receives a deferred judgment must abide by all the terms of their probation, including paying court fines and restitution before their record is expunged.

Officials said the victim received payment in full for restitution.

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$89K recovered in dependent adult exploitation case

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