Bank Employee Accused of Bilking Elderly Customer

A Murrieta man who allegedly defrauded an 88-year-old woman “out of a large sum of money” when he worked at a Temecula bank is behind bars, police are reporting.

Don Leon Foster, 35, was arrested at his current place of employment, Chase Bank, located at 1810 University Drive in Vista, according to Riverside County jail records.

The Temecula Police Department has been the lead agency on the investigation. According to Sgt. Kevin McDonald of the department, investigators began looking into “a potential financial elder abuse case and developed evidence that an 88-year-old female victim was taken advantage of by a bank employee in Temecula and defrauded out of a large sum of money.”

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Murrietta Man Accused of Bilking Elderly Temecula Bank Customer


2 Responses to “Bank Employee Accused of Bilking Elderly Customer”

  1. Nancy Says:

    And this is what's scary about mandatory reporting. Banks have too much information. How many misuse it? Well, we don't know.

  2. Donnie Says:

    Always be wary.

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