Oshkosh Man Charged with Elder Abuse After Alleged Theft of $427,000 from Elderly Victim
September 11, 2020
OSHKOSH, Wis. – Attorney General Josh Kaul announced charges today against Terry Lynn Culver, 58, of Oshkosh in relation to the theft of over $427,000 from a 92-year-old resident of a nursing home. The charges are the result of a joint elder abuse and tax fraud investigation by the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) and Wisconsin Department of Revenue (DOR).
“Reports of elder abuse in Wisconsin have been rising for years,” said Attorney General Kaul. “We must continue working to fight elder abuse both through prevention and by holding offenders accountable.”
The criminal complaint is attached.
As in any criminal proceeding, Culver is presumed innocent until proven guilty.
The case is being investigated by the DOJ Division of Criminal Investigations, the DOR Office of Criminal Investigations, and prosecuted by DOJ Medicaid Fraud Control and Elder Abuse Unit Assistant Attorney General Daniel P. Lennington. DOJ is also providing victim services.
Wisconsinites can help fight patient and elder abuse by reporting abuse at www.ReportElderAbuseWI.org and 1-833-586-0107.
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