Third person indicted in Shoals elder abuse case

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Teresa Curtis

Teresa Curtis

FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) – A third person has been indicted in an elder abuse case in Florence.

According to court records, 59-year-old Teresa Curtis is charged with theft of property and emotional abuse of an elderly person.

Curtis, her son James Hendon, and her daughter-in-law Julianne Hendon are accused of cashing forged checks for nearly $14,000.

Agents with the Alabama Bureau of Investigation say the checks belonged to Julianne Hendon’s grandmother and had been stolen from her.

All three are expected to be arraigned on July 31.

1 Comment

  • Nuclear Mike

    The re-distribution of the remaining family wealth…an age old tradition when the elderly cannot nor is capable of resisting or understanding…the Federal Government wants it all for the Medicaid repayments is why these people are being caught by the Fed’s re-tracing the trail of bank checks…credit cards would be harder to follow.

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