08-07-2008, 08:25 PM #1
CA - Janet DeFelice, 88, Templeton, 1 June 2007 - Alzheimer's
7 July 07
A cash reward is offered for information leading to the return of a missing Templeton woman.
On June 1st, 88-year-old Janet DeFelice went missing from Santa Rita Ranch Road in Templeton.
DeFelice had just moved to Templeton from Southern California and suffers from Alzheimer's disease.
Extensive searches were unsuccessful.
Now a $12,500 reward is being offered.
DeFelice is 5'7, 130 pounds with gray hair, brown eyes and gold rimmed glasses.
Anyone with information should contact the San Luis Obispo Sheriff's Department.
Last edited by summer_breeze; 03-29-2010 at 11:20 AM.
07-04-2010, 02:47 AM #2
Sunday, Jan. 17, 2010
In July 2009, DeFelice’s purse was found under some bushes by a person mowing the grass about a quarter of a mile away from the house.
Another search was launched, using the found purse as a starting point, but no more evidence was discovered...
10-02-2010, 02:10 PM #3
CUE Center for Missing Persons
North American Missing Persons Network
California Department of Justice
06-01-2016, 12:09 PM #4Registered User
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Janet has been missing for nine years now.
Earlier this year:
The case involved somewhat odd facts: on June 1, 2007, the defendant’s mother, Janet DeFelice, went missing. At the time Janet went missing, she was a recipient of Social Security benefits that were deposited into a checking account held jointly by Janet and the defendant, her son John DeFelice. Defendant made investments on Janet’s behalf using her Social Security benefits, including investments after Janet went missing. Defendant did not report his mother’s missing status to the Social Security Administration. As a result, the government continued to deposit funds into the joint checking account for five years, only suspending payments when the Government learned of Janet’s missing status in April 2012.
After a bench trial, the court rejected the FCA claim. In what it characterized as a “close” issue, the court determined that the POMS was not binding on defendant because it was a general statement of policy intended for Social Security Administration employees. At most, the court determined that defendant’s failure to locate the POMS policy online was negligence. And, under Tenth Circuit authority, the court concluded that the defendant’s conduct amounted at most to simple negligence. The court nonetheless ordered repayment of approximately $120,000 in payments under common-law theories of unjust enrichment and mistake.
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