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Pearl Harbor Veteran Possible Victim of Elder Financial Abuse

The caretaker for a 93 year-old man in El Cajon has been charged with elder financial fraud / elder financial abuse for allegedly stealing money from his bank accounts, failing to take care of him.

Milagros Angeles, 63, has been charged with four felony counts of elder abuse, theft, forgery and false imprisonment with respect to Arnold V. Bauer. Alert officials at Bauer’s bank became suspicious of the bank withdrawals and alerted San Diego County Adult Protective Services. They in turn notified the San Diego County Sheriff, whose deputies found Bauer living in filty conditions, holding a photo of the repair ship Vestal, where he was stationed during the attack on Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941.

Read the full article in the Los Angeles Times.

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