|By Dana Treen, The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Earlier this year the widow, who is not being named because she is a possible victim of elder exploitation, asked her daughter to return her finances to her after becoming suspicious about how they were being handled.
Instead, the victim was told she had to move because she was not paying rent and was not on the house deed, the report said.
Deputies called to the house since then have had to re-install porch lights that were removed and were told the victim, who lives in a guest house on the property, had to sleep with recently installed spotlights aimed at the house and was being monitored by security cameras.
The Oakes who left on vacation to visit family members were supposed to return to
A message left late Monday with an attorney representing the Oakes requesting comment was not immediately returned.
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