Press Release

April 15, 2008


MEDIA ADVISORY: Will County State’s Attorney
James Glasgow to announce new Financial Crimes
Prosecution Unit to assist senior citizens


WHAT: Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow will announce the creation of a Financial Crimes Prosecution Unit that will assist senior citizens who are the victims of identity theft, financial exploitation, theft or loan fraud.

WHEN: 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 16.

WHERE: St. Joseph Park Parish, 1500 N. Raynor, Joliet.



State’s Attorney Glasgow and members of his Crime Prevention Division have been meeting with senior citizens for years to educate them about common financial scams that target the elderly.


On Wednesday, the state’s attorney will announce the formation of his Financial Crimes Prosecution Unit that will specialize in bringing those who exploit senior citizens to justice.


He will discuss the new unit and introduce the prosecutors and investigators who will handle these cases during a brief presentation before the monthly meeting of the Senior Citizens Association at St. Joseph Parish Park.

Charles B. Pelkie 
(815) 727-8789
(815) 530-7110 (cellular) 

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