Lexington caretaker accused of stealing money from disabled veteran

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WDKY) - A woman is accused of stealing money from a man she was hired to care for.

Lexington police charged Glenda Moore with knowingly exploiting an adult.

On April 2, the victim filed a report with police. He said a caretaker fraudulently used his debit card.

Moore was the victim's caretaker. Court records show she was employed by Griswold Home Care, a contractor through the VA Hospital. She cared for the patients from October 11, 2017, to March 9, 2018.

The victim stated he would give Moore his debit card for her to buy him food and personal items. He became suspicious after seeing unauthorized transactions on his account totaling $1,744, according to police.

Police obtained images from Chase Bank ATM's and Walmart transactions during the dates in question. The same woman could be seen making those transactions, according to police.

The victim identified the woman in the images as his caretaker, Glenda Moore.

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