Naples Police Department Arrested Individuals in Connection with Separate Fraudulent Charges

The Naples Police Department arrested two individuals in connection with separate fraudulent charges targeting elderly victims in Collier County.

 On Tuesday, the Naples Police Department apprehended a Man

On the December 8th, a police officer was dispatched to address a fraud report. According to the victim’s statement, when he left Naples on September 26th to get ready for Hurricane Ian, he came back on October 7th. Subsequently, he got a call from Bank of America informing him about potential fraudulent actions on his account.

The Naples Police Department stated that the elderly victim notified them that three checks, amounting to $22,235, were taken from their checkbook and subsequently deposited into Velez’s bank account.

Jean Carlos Velez, a 36-year-old resident of Naples, is confronting serious charges, which include three allegations of document forgery and one accusation of theft ranging between $10,00 and $50,000 from an individual aged 65 or older.

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On Tuesday, the Naples Police Department apprehended a Man – Photo by: (Public Policy Institute of California)

On August 25th, Elizabeth R. Dean, aged 51, was taken into custody

Merely three days after the aforementioned incident, specifically on Friday, August 25th, a 51-year-old named Elizabeth R. Dean was apprehended on the subsequent allegtions:

  • Grand Theft from an individual aged 65 or above, as per Florida Statute
  • Engaging in a Scheme to Defraud, under Florida Statute
  • Exploitation of the Elderly, in accordance with Florida Statute
  • Criminal Employment of Personal Identification Information

As per the Naples Police Department, a 78-year-old individual alerted them about unusual transactions occurring within her bank account on May 8th.

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