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Lodi police: Suspect defrauded elderly woman

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Posted: Saturday, September 7, 2013 12:00 am

Lodi police arrested a 48-year-old woman on Thursday on suspicion of stealing more than $20,000 over the course of at least a year from an elderly woman, authorities said.

Lisa Serpico was taken into custody at her home on the 3300 block of Spiess Road in Acampo around 8:30 a.m. She will be arraigned on a felony charge of stealing more than $400 from an elderly or dependent adult in San Joaquin County Superior Court on Monday.

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  • Clarice Vern posted at 11:13 pm on Wed, Nov 13, 2013.

    ClariceV Posts: 1

    Many cases have been similar to this story. Every now and then, it is undying. Infact, an increasing number of elder are at a greater risk for a number of things and, aside from the omnipresent risk of death due to natural causes and so forth, among them is financial risk. There seems to be less of a sense of decency to go around, as one of the most common targets of financial fraud is the elderly. As this, keep your grandparents safe from this serious matter by watching over them.

     
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