Brown's Elder Abuse Bureau Seeks Other Victims of Home Health Care Worker Who Stole Thousands from Elderly Client

Office of the Attorney General

LOS ANGELES - Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced that his office is seeking additional victims of a former home health care worker, Antoinette Thomas, 31, of Los Angeles County, who has been charged with "stealing more than $7,000" over a period of two weeks from an elderly woman in her care.

"In just a few days, Thomas stole more than $7,000 from her elderly client, racking up huge credit card bills and forging personal checks," Brown said. "Other elders who have been exploited by this woman should step forward so she can be held fully accountable."

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