A Tomingley woman who allegedly defrauded an elderly man out of more than $104,000, has fronted court.
Raynor Ann Jones, was arrested in September this year, after police investigations into reports a 71-year-old Cessnock man had been defrauded on several occasions.
The 58-year-old Tomingley woman was charged with 17 counts of dishonestly obtain financial advantage by deception.
Appearing in Dubbo Local Court on Wednesday, Jones didn't plea to the charges.
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Police allege Jones stole $104,836.67 from the man between October 2019 and June 2020 while she allegedly acted as his trustee.
In court documents, Jones appears to have allegedly made multiple fraudulent transfers stealing the money.
Police allege once the money was fraudulently obtained, Jones allegedly used it to make purchases in Dubbo at a range of retail outlets and suppliers like Woolworths, Coles, BP, Shell and KFC.
A number of various individuals, along with a real estate agent, NRMA, Click Energy, Telstra, a plumber, and a number of home loan companies were also allegedly paid sums of stolen money.
On one occasion court documents revealed eight transactions were allegedly made to an indoor playground equipment company for over $19,000.
In court lawyer Lucy Maher said Jones was applying for help from Legal Aid, and requested the matter be adjourned for the application to be assessed.
Magistrate Gary Wilson adjourned the case to December 1.