DOREN was responsible for gathering the assets of the estates and keeping track of the expenses associated with international genealogical searches for the women’s next of kin.
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Assistant District Attorney Catherine Mc Caw is handling the prosecution of this case under the supervision of Assistant District Attorneys Archana Rao, Principal Deputy Chief of the Financial Frauds Bureau; Gloria Garcia, Deputy Chief of the Financial Frauds Bureau; Michael Sachs, Chief of the Financial Frauds Bureau; and Executive Assistant District Attorney David Szuchman, Chief of the Investigation Division.
Assistant District Attorney Catherine Christian, Chief of the Elder Abuse Unit; Trial Preparation Assistant Julien Tunney; Elder Abuse Program Coordinator Melanie Chan; and Senior Financial Investigator Daniel Mc Nichol of the Forensic Accounting and Financial Investigations (“FAFI”) Bureau provided assistance, under the supervision of Irene Serrapica, Deputy Bureau Chief of FAFI, and Robert Demarest, Bureau Chief of FAFI. The charges contained in the indictment are merely allegations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.
Meanwhile, DOREN had begun to make similar unauthorized withdrawals from the other estate’s account.
Between June 6, 2013 and December 2, 2015, DOREN withdrew approximately 5,400 from the second account.
However, DOREN did not file an income tax return for the stolen funds. P Morgan Chase, which held both of the estates’ accounts, froze one of them due to suspicious activity.