Multiple individuals who were supposed to protect our most vulnerable citizens have been indicted, and most are now behind bars. Susan Rousselle was indicted on 44 counts of theft and exploitation for stealing more than $50,000 from the special needs trust account of Jason Hanson.

May 11, 2017 by Lulu

 

http://www.ktnv.com/news/contact-13/guardianship-crimes-occurred-in-courtroom

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) –

In the past two days, multiple individuals who were supposed to protect our most vulnerable citizens have been indicted, and most are now behind bars.
But their crimes didn’t happen in back alleys under the cloak of darkness or in secret back rooms.
Contact 13 continues to investigate the broken guardianship system to see who else should be accountable.
Guardianship cases are handled in Clark County’s Family Court, but shockingly, the courtroom is exactly where the accused committed most of their alleged crimes.
Thursday afternoon, Susan Rousselle was indicted on 44 counts of theft and exploitation for stealing more than $50,000 from the special needs trust account of Jason Hanson.
On Wednesday, private, for-profit guardian April Parks was indicted as the alleged ring leader of a group authorities are calling a criminal syndicate.
The four, arrested Wednesday in law enforcement actions across the country, are facing nearly 300 felony counts.

 

 

 

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