Lisa Hillerich was arrested Sunday on several charges, including knowingly making use of an adult.
(Louisville Metro Corrections)
A fiduciary manager in Kentucky was arrested, two days before Christmas for allegedly stealing almost $ 40,000 from four of its older residents, according to the court documents.
Lisa Marie Hillerich, 38, was taken into custody Sunday on three warrants and charged with three counts of theft by deception and six counts of knowingly making use of a adult, Louisville FOX affiliate WDRB-TV reported.
The police says Hillerich stole approximately $38,000 between July and October.
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She’d stolen $1,000 in mid-July, and $ 1,131 in October of an elderly victim to pay rent for her dance studio, the report said. Hillerich then stole $15,000 from another victim’s bank account in mid-October – about two months after the victim had died, according to the report.
About a month later, Hillerich was confronted about the second victim of the missing funds and stole an additional $15,000 from a third victim to cover the cost of the second victim. Hillerich allegedly then stole $5,700 from a fourth victim sometime in October, the report said.
The police says she was captured on surveillance images of bank transactions. Warrants quoted in the report, they had to present ID to withdraw funds.
Hillerich was held at the Louisville Metro Corrections facility on a $10,000 bond. She is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 3.