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Woman Indicted for Attempting to Steal $220,000 Employer, Elderly

By Tom Marino | June 25, 2024
Last Updated: June 25, 2024

WORCESTER – The office of Massachusetts Attorney General Andrea Joy Campbell announced on Monday that a Worcester County Grand Jury indicted a woman for a scheme to steal over $220,000 from a Worcester rest home.

The grand jury indicted Luiza Wade, 43, of Woonsocket, for charges of:

  • Four counts of Larceny Over $250 from a Person 60 Years or Older or Disable;
  • Four counts of Larceny Over $1,200;
  • Two counts of Forgery;
  • False Entry in Corporate Books; and
  • Tax Evasion.

The AG’s office says Wede engaged in a scheme to deposit at least $220,000 from the Donna Kay Rest Home, at 16 Marble St. in Worcester, and over forty of its residents into her personal account between June 20918 and May 2021.

The AG’s office also alleges that Wade forged the signature of reidents. She also allegedly failed to report the income to the IRS.

The case was investigated by he AG’s Medicaid Fraud Division.


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