April 10, 2018
Angella Morrison, AnnaKay Rashida Johnson.
Why anyone would let blacks take care of them or their family when they got old is beyond me.
Former caretakers for a late Fort Lauderdale woman are accused of stealing $1.4 million in cash and jewelry valued at $1 million from her and her estate, police said Monday.
Florence R. Kaufman Weiner, a 78-year-old widow who had dementia, lived in a condo on the beach at 3900 Galt Ocean Drive until she died of cardiovascular disease in March, 2016, according to court documents and Fort Lauderdale police reports.
She relied on Angella Morrison, 54, of Fort Lauderdale, and AnnaKay Rashida Johnson, 29, of Coral Springs, to take her to doctor appointments; to meetings with attorneys; to the bank and other errands and to restaurants, police said.
Morrison and Johnson were arrested March 7. The state attorney’s office has charged them with grand theft; financial exploitation of an elderly person or disabled adult; multiple counts of dealing in stolen property and false verification of ownership or information given to a pawnbroker.