Mexican Suspect Latina Ana Gonzalez-Vargas 24, arrested forgery, ID theft, of Elderly American Woman at Salem Oregon Nursing Home
Ana ,the illegal alien from Mexico, the lying Latina puta, opened up a checking acct for her anchor baby with the stolen money. Again, Hispanics, latinos mexicans, cannot be trusted to respect Americans at any level.
They came here as criminals and they are criminals. The end justifies the means,for illegal aliens, and for the Race everything.
stealing from an old white woman is normal behavior for illegals from latin countries.
A Black Latino from Venezuela, came to Oregon on a student visa for engineering, since he spoke only spanish, he dropped out and began drinking and whoring as an now illegal alien. He obtained a bank teller position at a local bank, and began pilfering funds from a deceased bank client. He was caught and used his anchor baby and family values, to convince the immigration judge he should be allowed to stay and guess what ! it worked!
Former Caregiver Arrested For Forgery and Theft From Elderly Client
Salem Police Dept. – 10/23/09
Salem Police arrested a illegal alien from mexico Salem woman on multiple charges stemming from the theft and forgery of a check and identity theft from an elderly client for whom she was providing care.
The investigation began on September 3rd, when a relative of the elderly victim made a report to the Salem Police Department that one of her (the elderly victim’s) checks had been stolen from her property while staying at a care facility. The check was stolen sometime during the summer and had since been forged, and there had also been unauthorized charges against the victim’s bank account via checks that had been ordered illegally.
The victim also had credit cards in her belongings while at the facility, one of them belonging to her deceased husband. Although the credit cards were not physically taken, several charges were made on both charge card accounts totaling over $1,400.00.
Salem Police Lt Shawn Adams reviewed the initial report that was filed and spent several weeks diligently obtaining bank records and conducting follow up investigation into the case. As a result, a search warrant was served on the residence of the suspect on the morning of October 22nd in Salem. Upon serving the search warrant, officers encountered the suspect’s three children, all under the age of seven,( a real mexican breeder with three anchor brats) at the residence. The residence was in such condition that it was determined to be not safe for the children to remain there, and all three were taken into protective custody and released to the Department of Human Services.
Based on information and evidence collected in this case, it was determined that the suspect also opened a bank account in the name of her six-year old daughter using the personal information of the victim, then wrote several overdraft checks on that account. The total loss to the original victim was over $2,100.00 in thefts through on-line purchases and over $2,000.00 in forged checks.
The suspect, 24-year old Ana Gonzalez-Vargas, had been a caregiver to the victim at the care facility. She was taken into custody and charged with twelve counts of Identity Theft, nine counts of Computer Crime, Theft In The First Degree, Forgery In The First Degree, three counts of Criminal Mistreatment (based on the living conditions under which her children were living) and Endangering the Welfare of Minor. It was also learned that the suspect was in the process of gaining employment at a different care facility that also provides care for the elderly.
A photo of suspect Ana Gonzalez-Vargas is attached