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CrimeMother accused of trying to scam missing son out of $200K

23:30  05 march  2019
23:30  05 march  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Yvonne Longmire from Lawrenceville, GA is on the run after allegedly hiring another man to pose as her disabled son in order to collect from his trust fund. Her son , 20-year-old Lee Longmire, hasn't been seen by officials in years. i.

The mom is accused of hiring another man to pose as her disabled son in court to take 0,000 from his trust fund. Disabled man missing after mother tries to scam him out of $ 200 k trust fund.

Mother accused of trying to scam missing son out of $200K © The Associated Press This undated image released by the Gwinnett County Police, shows from left, Lee Earnest Longmire, Yvonne Longmire and Maurice Ford in Georgia. Yvonne Longmire has been accused of trying to scam her disabled son, Lee Earnest Longmire, out of $200,000 in trust fund money but she won't tell police his location. She is accused of using 23-year-old Ford to pose as her 20-year-old son in court in attempt to gain control of his trust fund. She was arrested on Friday, March 1, 2019, on several charges, including identity theft. (Gwinnett County Police via AP)

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — A Georgia woman has been accused of trying to scam her disabled son out of $200,000 in trust fund money but she won't tell police his location.

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Yvonne Longmire is accused of hiring another man to pose as her disabled son and taking $ 200 ,000 from his trust fund. Police said Ford pretended to be Lee, presented false testimony and fraudulently obtained documents to support the scam . In the end, the courts relinquished $ 200 ,000 from Lee’s

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News outlets report 58-year-old Yvonne Longmire was arrested Friday on several charges, including identity theft.

The Lawrenceville woman is accused of using 23-year-old Marcus Ford to pose as her 20-year-old son, Lee Earnest Longmire, in court in attempt to gain control of his trust fund. Ford was arrested in Arizona and is awaiting extradition to Georgia.

Lawyers controlling Lee Longmire's trust fund say he hasn't been seen publicly in years. A statement says he is "mentally disabled" and has been declared a ward of the state.

Yvonne Longmire and her attorney have told police Lee Longmire is "OK" but haven't revealed his location.

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