Michigan woman arrested for abusing elderly husband

by Administrator 22. April 2011 03:23

A 48-year-old woman from Harbor Beach, Michigan was recently arrested on charges of physically abusing her 88-year-old husband. The woman's 27-year-old son was also arrested for stealing the man's checks.

Police officers in the area received reports from the husband's family that he was being abused by his wife. During an investigation into the matter, police found that the woman had physically assaulted her husband in the beginning of March. They also found that the woman's son was stealing from the man and defrauding him out of money.

The woman was charged with domestic violence and is facing up to 93 days in jail. Her son is being charged with a felony and is facing up to fourteen years in prison.

If someone you love is being physically abused because he or she is older, please contact the Phoenix physical elder abuse lawyers of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.L.C., at 800-763-0964.

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