Theft Issues | Elder Advocates Of Alberta Society

By: Elder Advocates  09-12-2011
Keywords: Nursing Homes

Theft Issues | Elder Advocates Of Alberta Society

OTTAWA — Joanne Talbot-Brisson, a long-time administrator at the Cumberland Lodge, was to appear in court on charges of defrauding dependent, elderly residents of hundreds of thousands of dollars over the last decade. Cumberland is a community on the Ottawa River in eastern Ontario. On May 27, 2010, police laid fraud charges against Mary Joanne [..]

Konstanty (Ken) and Josephine Stankiewicz are upright, honorable persons who have done their best to be good Alberta citizens. He is now eighty seven years of age and she is ninety three years of age…

The woman’s secret source of wealth was unearthed in a Toronto courtroom, as Biazar pleaded guilty to stealing more than $1.23-million from mentally ill, homeless and even dead people whose interests she was supposed to be protecting…

Police arrested a 47-year-old man Friday morning in connection with the theft of rings from the fingers of an elderly woman in Vancouver General hospital…

A Canada wide warrant has been issued fo Bryan Andrew Casavant, 46, who was convicted September 2006 for robbing and swindling elderly, physically disabled victims and cancer patients…

An 89-year-old man had his North York bungalow stolen from him in a matter of title fraud…

A provincial government trustee is accused of stealing an elderly hospitalized woman’s most valuable possession by swapping her $32,000 diamond for a nearly worthless cubic zirconium…

Sanjeeta Gill, a 21 year old woman who stole cheques and credit cards from the elderly in three Edmonton, Alberta area nursing homes was sentenced…

A man who stole $10,000 from his own mother and took hundreds of thousands from strangers was sentenced…

Judge J.B. Mitchell, sent a strong message to all caregivers on August 30, 2006 in Camrose Court…

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Nursing Homes

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