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05
Mar

Elder abuse alleged in San Mateo County

County prosecutors issued an arrest warrant last week for a man accused of bilking an 89-year-old Pacifica woman out of nearly $600,000.

Fetuu Tupoufutuna has fled the country in the face of allegations he conned an 89 year-old woman in Pacifica out of almot $600,000. Tupoufutunas has been charged with nine counts that include elder fraud by a caretaker, forgery and a great taking allegation, according to San Mateo County Deputy District Attorney Melissa McKowan.

The victim, Pauline Reade, was tricked into signing loan documents for $312,000 by Tupoufutuna, who met her while doing minor repair work on her home. The home, in which Mrs. Reade lived since 1951, was going to be foreclosed upon as a result. Reade was a widow who had no close contacts, which made her an attractive target by criminals. visually impaired.

Read the full article in the San Mateo Daily Journal.

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