Two indicted in Vicksburg for exploitation of vulnerable person | Crime
VICKSBURG, MS (WLBT) - Two Vicksburg residents have been indicted by a Warren County Grand Jury on charges of conspiracy and exploitation of a vulnerable person.
Angela Palmer, 44, was charged with one count of conspiracy and four counts of exploitation of a vulnerable person, said Attorney General Jim Hood.
Palmer is accused of taking more than $6,700 from an elderly relative who was a patient at Vicksburg Convalescent Center.
Palmer is also accused of conspiring with Lee Martin, 38, who was the business office coordinator for both Vicksburg Convalescent Center and Shady Lawn Health and Rehab.
Martin has been charged with 29 counts of exploitation of a vulnerable person and one count of conspiracy.
Martin is accused of taking more than $101,000 from vulnerable persons at both facilities.
A trial is set for April.
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