Caregiver guilty of stealing $1M from 100-year-old

Caregiver guilty of stealing M from 100-year-old
(AP) — A former caregiver in northeast Washington state who was convicted of taking nearly $ 1 million from a Kettle Falls woman who was more than 100 years old has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. John "Herb" Friedlund was looking after Frances …
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18 thoughts on “Caregiver guilty of stealing $1M from 100-year-old

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