Former court-ordered guardian indicted in massive fraud scheme in Clark County Las Vegas Nevada. April Parks was charged along with her office manager, Mark Simmons, her husband, Gary Neil Taylor, and her attorney, Noel Palmer Simpson.

May 11, 2017 by Lulu

The charges included 117 counts of perjury, 73 counts of offering false instrument for filing or record, 42 counts of theft, 37 counts of exploitation, and one count of racketeering. Parks received the most felony charges: 212.

April Parks.

April Parks.  (Westtown-East Goshen Regional Police Dept.)

A former court-ordered financial guardian in Las Vegas has been arrested and charged in an exploitation scheme involving more than $550,000 allegedly stolen from 150 people.

April Parks, owner of the business called A Private Professional Guardian, LLC, was charged along with her office manager, Mark Simmons, her husband, Gary Neil Taylor, and her attorney, Noel Palmer Simpson. A grand jury handed down 270 charges, the Nevada Attorney General’s office, Clark County District Attorney and Las Vegas Metropolitan Police announced in a statement.

Elaine Renoire, President of the National Association to stop Guardianship Abuse, told Fox News, “this case has given victims across the country hope.”

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/03/09/former-court-ordered-guardian-indicted-in-massive-fraud-scheme.html

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