Financial exploitation charges dropped in plea deal

WOODSTOCK – Accused of exploiting the husband’s elderly father, a couple pleaded guilty Thursday to misdemeanor offenses, but the case was about a dispute between brothers over their father’s estate that should have been handled in probate court, a defense attorney said.

As part of a plea deal, Timothy and Rosemary Zink of Wonder Lake pleaded guilty to obstrucing a peace officer to avoid a trial, said Timothy Zink’s attorney, Dane Loizzo.

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Financial exploitation charges dropped in plea deal

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3 Responses to “Financial exploitation charges dropped in plea deal”

  1. Finny Says:

    I wonder what really went on here…….

  2. Mark Says:

    I wonder what all is involved in the plean deal!

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Surely nothing good is in any plea deal. The courts are supposed to be open to the public.

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