Lecoq, 41, said in a telephone interview from her home in Camano Island, Wash. But then they say they didnt know it was a crime, or they didnt know it could be reported or punished. Her own grandmother, Mariana Cooper, 87, whose financial exploitation was recounted in a 2015 New York Times article, was swindled by Janet Bauml, who had insinuated herself into her life and whom she had come to trust. Over time, Ms. Cooper, a widow living by herself, gave more than $217,000 to Ms. Bauml, expecting to be paid back. When she sheepishly admitted to her granddaughter that she had been defrauded, Ms. Lecoq spent months calling law enforcement agents and prosecutors to help make a case for serious theft. In late 2015, Ms. Bauml was sentenced to 3 years in prison. ResourcesAfter that, Ms.
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(Darren Abate/For the Express-News) Photo: Darren Abate/San Antonio Express-News Image 2 of 2 Oklahoma State wide receiver Jhajuan Seales speaks during the NCAA college Big 12 Conference football media days in Dallas, Monday, July 21, 2014. (AP Photo/LM Otero) Oklahoma State wide receiver Jhajuan Seales speaks during the NCAA college Big 12 Conference football media days in Dallas, Monday, July 21, 2014. (AP Photo/LM Otero) Photo: LM Otero/Associated Press Oklahoma State WR, Port Arthur native Jhajuan Seales making NFL bid 1/2 Back to Gallery Oklahoma State wide receiver Jhajuan Seales is making a bid for an NFL opportunity. The Port Arthur native and former all-district selection at Memorial High School ran the 40-yard dash in 4.51 seconds at the Cowboys’ Pro Day and registered an impressive 41 1/2 inch vertical leap and a 10-3 broad jump. The 6-1, 205-pounder bench pressed 225 pounds 21 times. He played in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl All-Star game. “I’m physical, I’m aggressive, I can block and I can tackle,” Seales said in a telephone interview. “I can play on all special teams. I’m willing to do anything I can to help a team.” Seales caught 37 passes for 615 yards and four touchdowns last season.
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