Two Georgia residents have been accused of stealing more than $800,000 from a Bel Air woman, allegedly using their power of attorney.
Gregory and Katherine Hair, of the 4000 block of White Oak Lane in Lilburn, Ga., have both been released from the Harford County Detention Center after posting a $50,000 bond each.
Both are charged with theft scheme of more than $100,000, abuse of a vulnerable adult family member, two counts of theft of $100,000 plus and two counts of theft between $10,000 and $100,000, with incident dates ranging from March 22 through Aug. 3 this year.
The pair had power of attorney for Alexandra Jackson, a Bel Air resident, but it was revoked on July 31, according to charging documents.
That day, Katherine, 54, and Gregory Hair went to three Harford County banks and allegedly removed all the money in Jackson's checking, savings and money market accounts. This includes more than $218,000 from two Baltimore County Savings Bank accounts, more than $500,000 from Bank of America and more than $81,000 from Cecil Bank, according to charging documents.
The couple also allegedly left Jackson without food to eat.
In addition, they have allegedly stolen more than $30,000 worth of jewelry, changed the lock of a safety deposit box at Bank of America and forwarded Jackson's mail to a post office box in Belcamp and their Georgia address without her permission, according to the charging documents.
Katherine Hair was released from the detention center Tuesday and Gregory Hair was released Wednesday. Both have court dates on Sept. 17 at the District Court for Harford County.