Caregiver accused of stealing from Denver woman days before COVID-19 death
KDVR / Denver District Attorney
Elizabeth Daniels, 29, was caring for 86-year-old Barbara Gust, who died of COVID-19. The Denver District Attorney’s Office says Daniels pawned Gust’s diamond engagement ring and allegedly stole Gust’s credit card the day she died.

via KDVR:

DENVER (KDVR) -- Elizabeth Daniels, 29, was caring for 86-year-old Barbara Gust. According to the Denver District Attorney’s Office, Daniels stole and pawned Gust’s diamond engagement ring several days before Gust died of the virus. Daniels also allegedly stole Gust’s credit card and used it to make purchases the day Gust died.

Gust’s family realized the alleged theft while making arrangements with a funeral home.


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Daniels is charged with theft from an at-risk senior, identity theft, providing a false statement to a pawnbroker and criminal possession of a financial transaction device, according to the DA’s office.

Denver Police recovered the ring that was pawned.

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