Milton Chapter Alcoholics Anonymous Gets Ripped off by AA Member

AA members stealing from the pot is not uncommon. AA has literature about dealing with 12 step thieves.

Money taken from the Milton chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous

November 25, 2013
MILTON, Ga. – For the past several weeks, someone has been taking money from the Milton chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous. Daytona NA and AA Meetings.
AA board members told police that members attending meetings make voluntary donations to the group via envelopes of money placed in a mail slot leading to a safe. Since early November, money has gone missing from the safe. They say at least 15 envelopes, each containing about $50, have vanished. Daytona Drug Court.On Nov. 12, an AA member saw a regular return to the building after a meeting and enter the closet where the safe is stored. When confronted, the suspect produced one of the money envelopes, allegedly apologizing and saying he had never done such a thing before. He left in a black SUV, later found to be registered to a Canton address.

Another AA Member Financially Scams an Elderly Man he Met at Alcoholics Anonymous

AA is a hot spot for Crooks Scamming Senior Citizens. Yet AA has voted to do nothing to protect the Elderly in AA Meetings.

Man stole from elderly, avoids prison sentence but must repay money


A Norwalk man who stole $11,000 from an 78-year-old man he met at Alcoholics Anonymous received a suspended prison sentence, but was ordered to repay the money, according to Ottawa County court records
Timothy Gilbert, 42, was charged after bank employees called police in December 2011 when they noticed the elderly man making unusual withdrawals from his bank account.

Gilbert had fed the man a story about needing $11,000 to get his father’s inheritance, and the victim agreed to lend him the money, according to police reports.

Gilbert was eventually charged with theft from the elderly. He was sentenced Thursday to more than three years in prison on the theft case and a 2011 theft case.

The prison time was suspended, and Gilbert was instead placed on three years probation and ordered to repay the $11,000, according to court records. He was also ordered to complete 100 hours of community service. NA Daytona Beach Area Schedule.

Ottawa Narcotics Anonymous Member Arrested In Mass Marketing Fraud Against Seniors In Canada and the United States

Another financial scam by Narcotics Anonymous Members against vulnerable seniors.

Single Ottawa mom could face jail time for Narcotics Anonymous ‘grandparents scheme’

 By Chloé Fedio, OTTAWA CITIZEN June 14, 2013
OTTAWA — A judge told a single mother he was “very reluctant” to send her to jail for her role in a “grandparents scheme” that defrauded seniors in Canada and the United States out of $45,000.

But Carolyn Palmer must prove that she is making real efforts to pay that money back before he will rule it out.

“I need to see some action,” Ontario Justice Robert Fournier said Friday afternoon.

Palmer was depressed that she could not afford Christmas for her young son when she was approached by another member of Narcotics Anonymous to take part in a mass marketing fraud, her lawyer argued at her sentencing hearing. Continue reading

Thief attends AA Meetings after Arrest on 26 Charges Related to Stealing and Identity Theft

Marianne Marcum

AA and NA member Marianne Marcum attended these 12 step meetings prior to her sentencing, most likely to impress the judge. This woman had stolen multiple credit cards and defrauded businesses out of thousands in merchandise. She had an amphetamine addiction she was feeding at the expense of others. No wonder so many 12 step members report being ripped off by other members they meet at meetings. Considering how many thieves the courts send to AA meetings. Also AA Daytona Beach meetings

Police Chief Mike Chitwood is tough on Daytona Beach crime


4-year community corrections sentence for Sterling ID thief

Lawyer: Marcum turned to crime to feed meth addiction
Posted:   05/14/2013

STERLING — Almost a year after her first arrest, 41-year-old Sterling resident Marianne Marcum received a sentence of four years of community corrections after pleading guilty to identity theft and criminal possession of a financial device.

The court found that the local mother — who was arrested after a series of incidents in which the court says she stole credit cards and defrauded local businesses out of thousands in merchandise — had acted out to feed a methamphetamine addiction. Continue reading

AA Member Convicted In 140 Million Dollar Conspiracy That Defrauded Investors Over 8 Years

This guy is in deep typical AA denial. He said he did not mean to cheat anyone. Everyone else is lying. Even fellow AA members testified on his behalf. Yet he still will have to sit behind bars for 12 years and give up 50 million dollars! Incredible! Continue reading