CNA Charged With Elder Abuse In Connection With Identity Theft Of Alabama Nursing Home Resident

Identity Theft Of  Nursing Home Resident

Authorities are looking for Jacqueline Anne Lumpkin, a certified nursing assistant at an Alabama Nursing Home, who is accused of stealing an elderly resident’s identity to fraudulently buy goods and services valued at more than $5,000.  Warrants for Lumpkin’s arrest were issued on December 4, 2008 and she is being charged with: elder abuse / neglect, financial exploitation, identity theft and fraudulent use of a credit card.  Each count caries a $15,000 bond.  Authorities are still attempting to learn if there are more residents that Ms. Lumpkin has taken advantage of.  Read more about this case of financial exploitation of the elderly here.

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