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February 6, 13

NEWS / Texas woman uses stolen data to obtain Power of Attorney – police


A woman from Houston, TX used data obtained from a stolen drivers license and social security card to obtain Power of Attorney over an elderly womans bank account, an investigation by local police has revealed. She then withdrew almost $30,000 and disappeared. The police are currently on the lookout for the woman believed responsible for the crime, KHOU.com reports.

The victim, a 76-year old woman, told the police that an unknown and unauthorized person had withdrawn $29,800 from her bank account in September. A total of six withdrawals at various locations had taken place, all without her consent.

After going to the bank, the victim was told that Latrisha Marie Davis had obtained Power of Attorney over her account by presenting her drivers license and social security card. It was later unearthed that those two vital documents had been stolen.

The victim gave the Power of Attorney documents provided by the bank to the police, who matched still photos of the withdrawals with the drivers license of the person who received the Power of Attorney, as indicated in the documents. This allowed the police to determine that the person supposedly responsible for these illegal withdrawals was Latrisha Marie Chavis.

The woman has been charged with aggravated theft and is currently at large.

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