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I don't want to leave my real name because it will be seen by others. Question about my daughter on drugs and stealing.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
My daughter is addicted to drugs. She gets clean and then goes right back on them. She steels from people to support her habit. She has taken money from my son's account while she was working at the bank where he had an account. She wrote fradulant checks against her friend. Her friend pressed charges. She now has a waraent out for her arrest. I kicked her out of my house for steeling. My Mom and I got very ill and couldn't take care of ourselves. She came to take care of us telling us we could trust her. She took care of us and stole my Mom's retirement at the same time. Now my Mom has no money left and cannot work. I don't work because my Mom needs me to take care of her.

I am sorry to hear about what happened. In a situation like this, if you want to try and recover the money which was taken, a police report would need to be made and criminal charges would need to be filed against her. If she were to be found guilty or take a plea deal, the State would obtain restitution for you, so you would be repaid for the money she took. If there is a warrant for her arrest and you know where she is, you can contact the police and have her served with the warrant and taken into custody. Moreover, you can contact the bank and advise them of what she did while working there, if she did not have authorization to take money from his account. If you want to recover the money she stole from you and others, the State can help you, as the victim, since the crime itself is against the State and they will represent your interest. Based upon her actions, she could face jail or prison time along with a probationary sentence.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
I have just one more question. When my Mom were ill. We couldn't leave the house. My daughter told us we could trust her. She took our bank cards to get groceries etc. This is when she stole the money. I have no proof other than bank statements and account activity.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
,If my daughter can't pay the money back will everyone still get their money back?If I file a complaint with the police?
Sorry for the delay. The proof that you have is your testimony and that of your mother, that you did not give her permission to use the card for anything other then groceries. The only way for the victims to get their money back ,is by your daughter paying it. It would likely be a condition to her probation/sentence, if convicted, that she repay it by getting a job and working it off over the years.