VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla.– A husband and wife exploited the male’s elderly father, stole more than $186,000 from him, and deserted him in Deltona after they offered his house and returned to Arizona, according to the Volusia County Constable’s Office.
Deputies stated Javier Dross, 62, and Lydia Dross, 57, moved to Florida in Might 2019 to cope with Javier Dross’s 87-year-old father after his mother passed away. The victim has restricted vision and movement, records reveal.
In Might, the couple got the victim to transfer power of lawyer files they drafted themselves, developed a do not resuscitate order for him, and after that offered his Deltona house, according to the report.
The victim stated he didn’t understand what he was signing but did it due to the fact that he trusted his kid.
After the house was offered, deputies stated Javier Dross transferred all the money into his better half’s savings account, deactivated his father’s debit card, and dropped him off at a family good friend’s house so he and his better half might return to Arizona.
Records reveal Javier Dross initially paid the household good friend $1,200 monthly to take care of his father but those payments stopped after he and his father entered into an argument about finances.
Javier Dross claimed that he would ultimately move his father to Arizona to cope with him but that never ever taken place.
The investigation into the exploitation began in September and detectives stated they were able to figure out that the couple took $186,400.80 from the victim and used it for airline tickets, hotels, lease, retail shopping, car insurance, and meals out at dining establishments.
The couple was apprehended Friday in Arizona on charges of exploiting the elderly.Source: clickorlando.com