Federal indictment: Crump woman took $1 million from disabled couple

Oct. 31– Crump resident Martha Marie Bizzell was indicted earlier this week by a federal grand jury on charges of mail and wire fraud, Edward L. Stanton III, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee, announced today.

According to the 17-count indictment, Bizzell, 42,  was appointed as guardian of a husband and wife who were disabled adults in Peoria County, Illinois. The couple needed the services of a guardian to ensure their physical and financial security and well-being.

The indictment alleges that after being appointed as guardian, Bizzell relocated the couple to West Tennessee and took over management of their finances.


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