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By Farnoush Amiri
A Georgian woman was accused of fraudulently trying to buy $ 200,000 for the mentally ill son.
Yvonne Longmire, 58 years old, Lawrenceville, about 30 miles east of Atlanta, handed the police to Gwinnett County on Friday after an arrest warrant was issued to introduce another man as his son to access the Trust Fund, according to a county police press release and event reporting.
The press release raises the issue of counterfeiting, counterfeiting, identity theft, deception, criminalization and exploitation of vulnerable adults.
His son Lee Longmire, a 20-year-old missing person, has been discovered that, according to a police incident report, "several years" were not publicly visible.
"The Gwinnett Police need public help to find a missing person with a disability," said the press release on February 27.
The authorities said that in December, Yvonne Longmire introduced Maurice Ford, 23 as a son to a Atlanta probation court and doctor, convincing them that his son had "recovered" from his disability and had no need to oversee his grounds.
Before Yvonne Longmire and Ford could withdraw the money, the former conservative of his son's estate, Mike Smith's lawyer, came to the police after the suspicion.
Smith and Andrea Wagner, a paralegal, police on January 24, said that the photo provided by the son of Yvonne Longmire is not like Lee Longmire. The Facebook photo and Lee's driving license have been given to show that Ford does not seem to be the same person.
Yvonne Longmire and Ford were arrested shortly after. Ford, who came from Atlanta, was arrested in Phoenix.
Police said Yvonne Longmire told them he had left the city with Lee Longmire before he handed over March 1.
NBC News turned to his lawyer, but he didn't hear it immediately.
Yvonne Longmire is at the Gwinnett County Provincial Center, without knitting, police said.